National plans for FTTH
Please add links to key government documents, speeches and news reports about FTTH in your country. Thank you.
- Target set in 2008: at least 100 Mbps available to everyone by the end of 2015
Broadband Task Force, reports to Finnish Ministry of Transport & Communications. Retreived 30/9/2010.
- Target set in 2009: 70% of the population to have access to 100Mbps connection speed within the next decade
- Government investment: €2 billion
France: 70% to get 100Mbps Internet within 10 years Ars Technica, 17 December 2009 Retrieved 17/06/2010.
France Numerique 2012 Government report, October 2008 Retrieved 17/06/2010.
- Target set in 2009: 75% of the population to have broadband speeds of at least 50 Mbps by 2014
The Federal Government's Broadband Strategy (PDF) English version. Retrieved 30/9/2010
- 90 % residential broadband coverage by the end of 2008 and full coverage by the end of 2010
 New Zealand
- Target set in 2009: ultra-fast broadband access for 75% of the population within ten years.
- Government investment: $1.5 billion
- The government is investing in Fibre Co, a public-private partnership that will own the national passive fibre infrastructure
The New Zealand Institute: The Weightless Economy Retrieved 17/06/2010.
New Zealand Digital Strategy website Retrieved 17/06/2010.
- Target set in 2009: 100Mbps speeds for 90% of its citizens by 2020
AMBIENT SWEDEN How Sweden will become a leading Internet nation in 2015 Retrieved 29/08/2010
Sverige ska ha bredband i världsklass! Retrieved 17/06/2010
 United Kingdom
- Target set in 2010: superfast broadband for two third of the population by 2017
- Government investment: amount of funding unclear
Media keynote speech by Jeremy Hunt on the coalition government's plans for superfast broadband. Retrieved 17/06/2010.
Digital Britain: The Final Report by Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Retrieved 17/06/2010.
The Next Phase of Broadband UK: Action now for long term competitivenessReview of Barriers to Investment in Next Generation Access: Final Report by Francesco Caio (also called The Caio Review). Retrieved 17/06/2010.
The costs of deploying fibre-based next-generation broadband infrastructure: Final report for the BSG by Analysys Mason. Retrieved 17/06/2010.
Models for efficient and effective public sector interventions in next-generation broadband access networks a report for the BSG by Analysys Mason. Retrieved 17/06/2010.
Pipe Dreams? Prospects for next generation broadband deployment in the UK, report by the BSG Executive. Retrieved 17/06/2010.