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Member States to develop national broadband plans

Indicator Status Evidence
Do you have a National Broadband Plan which specifies a set of measurable broadband targets or will you have such a plan in place before 31st December 2012? Yes 1) Basic broadband coverage: Broadband infrastructure has to enable coverage of at least 90% of the population with at least one type of broadband access with the speed that enables more demanding broadband services of minimum 2 Mbit/s by the end of 2010 and 98% by 2012 2) NGA coverage & 3) NGA take-up: Broadband infrastructure has to enable coverage of 90% of the population with access to triple-play services and at least 20Mbit/s connection speed by 2015. Broadband infrastructure has to enable coverage of 90% of the population with fibre to the home (FTTH) or comparable broadband connections of greater capacity by 2020. We plan to adopt a new National Broadband Plan by the end 2020 in line with DAE.
Does the Plan meet the European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe target for 100% broadband coverage by 2013? Yes As regards the basic broadband Slovenia is 100 % covered by the satelitte, according to the Report Broadband coverage in Europe in 2011.
Does the Plan meet the European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe target for 100% coverage over 30Mbps by 2020? No According to the Plan the broadband infrastructure has to enable coverage of 90% of the population with fibre to the home (FTTH) or comparable broadband connections of greater capacity by 2020. The Plan will be renewed in the coming months according to the DAE targets, taking into account the relevant activities launched by all stakeholders.
Does the Plan meet the European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe target for 50% of households to have subscriptions over 100 Mbps by 2020? No According to the Plan the 90 % of the population will be covered with fibre to the home (FTTH) or comparable broadband connections of greater capacity.
Have supportive measures been introduced to support the achievement of National Broadband Plan targets? Yes Ensuring competition, promoting the sharing of infrastructure and infrastructure elements, using the radio frequency spectrum, it is possible to provide that part of the spectrum which can be used for networks providing broadband services, promoting the use of existing broadband backbone networks on the civil infrastructure, promotion of development of networks and services, building of open broadband networks, promotion of building of wireless broadband networks, active role of local self-government, legal obligation after providing a broadband network for the whole population ...

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