Fiber optic, 5G: find out if you are eligible and at what speed with the new Arcep cards

Arcep has just updated all its maps allowing access to several information concerning optical fiber in France, areas eligible for average speed in the latter. The telecom regulator also released 4G/5G mobile coverage data for the third quarter of 2022.

While the deployment of fiber is in full swing in France, many departments do not yet benefit from decent coverage. Many users are waiting for very high speed to finally arrive in their region. Also, for several years Arcep has made it possible to know the progress of the project through its site. fibercard.arcep.frwhich places the coverage rate over the entire territory on a map of France.

But as the deployment is constantly evolving, in particular thanks to regular support from Arcep for operators, it is imperative to regularly update this map with the latest data. This is precisely what the regulator has just done, which today offers a map displaying data for the third quarter of 2022, which you can see in an image above.

Arcep updates all its fiber and 4G/5G coverage maps

This is not the only map that Arcep has updated with the latest data available. You can also take a look at the site, which details the average throughput of French households by zone as you can see below. What to give an idea of ​​what it will be possible for you to obtain once the fiber is available in your department (and to compare you to other cities).

fiber debit card december 2022

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Finally, Arcep also provides a map to view the coverage rate and quality of 4G and 5G networks for all operators, accessible from the site On the latter, you will be able to determine what type of network you have access to as well as the quality of the coverage. Of course, these cards are also available for overseas departments. As a reminder, the government has just announced the forthcoming introduction of a right to very high speed at low prices.

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