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More bandwidth for the whole of Switzerland

The largest fibre-optic network in Switzerland is growing all the time. By 2021, each and every one of Switzerland’s 2,202 communities will have access to highspeed Internet with bandwidths of at least 80 Mbit/s – in most cases significantly more. By 2025, Swisscom will also double its fibre-optic coverage to around 60% of homes and businesses. We are investing more than CHF 1.6 billion in this every year. Discover when your community will be connected to fibre.


Check the speed available at your address now

Find out here which Internet speed is currently available on your line/at your address. Find out under “Frequently asked questions” why speed details may vary where you live and on your line.

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Contact for local authorities

Do you work in public administration? Do you have questions about extending your community network? Get in touch with us. We will be happy to advise you.


Frequently asked questions

What fibre-optic technologies will be installed in the Switzerland-wide network expansion?

The nationwide network expansion will use technologies such as FTTS (Fibre to the Street) and FTTH (Fibre to the Home). This is the fastest way to expand across all of Switzerland by 2021. We will primarily be focussing on FTTH with the aim of doubling the current number of FTTH connections by 2025.

Who is paying for the network expansion?

Will you be building on my property or my land?

Why does the network expansion map ( show a speed of up to 500 Mbit/s or 10 Gbit/s, but according to the availability check (, my connection only offers a maximum of 40 Mbit/s?

Why is information about the expansion sometimes unavailable? Why does this information change sometimes?

Are only Swisscom products available on the network or products from other providers as well?


Fixed network technologies

All speeds quoted on this web page are download rates unless indicated otherwise. “Expanded” status means that the majority of expansion works have been completed. It may be that further households will be added at a later date. Internet speeds may vary within a community. This may be due to the different fibre optic technologies or selected expansion zone. The availability check speeds are binding. Swisscom does its utmost to ensure that the information is both correct and up to date. Nonetheless, errors and ambiguities cannot be completely ruled out. We therefore do not guarantee that the information contained on these pages is up to date, correct or complete.

Communities as per 1 January 2020