The National BroadbandNext Generation Access Plan (hereinafter NGA National Plan) is the roadmap for developing the availability of modern broadband infrastructure in the country, as well as the adoption by citizens and businesses of high and ultra high speed broadband services.

The plan includes a set of interventions at legislative and regulatory level, as well as practical support actions for the development of modern broadband infrastructures.

As minimum national targets for the availability and use of high and ultra-high speed broadband connections have been set the objectives of the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE 2020), namely:

•Target 1:By 2020, availability of Internet access at speeds over 30Mbps for all Greeks

•Target 2: By 2020, at least 50% of Greek households shall have an internet connection at speeds over 100Mbp

In order to achieve these objectives, the required public intervention focuses both on ensuring an attractive investment environment so that private investment is sustainable and on optimizing the management of available public resources to act as a catalyst for private investment but also to support the development of infrastructures even in areas where market failure is detected and to tackle the "digital exclusion".



Rural Broadband

The project entitled “Development of broadband networks in white rural areas” is a national initiative funded by the European Union and national resources. It is an […]


The Superfast Broadband (SFBB) voucher is an intervention of the “National Broadband Next Generation Access Plan 2014-2020 ” designed by the General Secretariat of Telecommunications and […]



Super Fast Broadband – SFBB

The Superfast Broadband (SFBB) voucher is an intervention of the “National Broadband Next Generation Access Plan 2014-2020” designed by the General Secretariat of Telecommunications and Posts of the […]

Nikos Pappas, Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information, has activated the first fiber optics to home connection

Athens, 10/07/2018 Nikos Pappas: “4 billion Euros of public and private investment over the next four years to expand fiber optics. Along with the motorways, the biggest […]