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TRES Internet Access for the Home

Faster & more Reliable with a 100% fiber optic network. Starting as low as ANG 70,- per month.

TRES High Speed Internet has the features you need to stay connected and get the most when you’re online.

15/3 Mbps

Package

  • Connect with friends and family through email and social networking, surf the Web, watch videos.
  • ANG. 87.98
ANG.8798
p/month (incl. OB)

25/5 Mbps

Package

  • Download music and movies, check Facebook®, Twitter and share photos at the speed you need.
  • ANG. 109.18
ANG.10918
p/month (incl. OB)

50/10 Mbps

Package

  • Watch YouTube™, download large email attachments, and listen to Internet radio at blazing fast speed.
  • ANG. 172.78
ANG.17278
p/month (incl. OB)

100/15 Mbps

Package

  • Download movies, video chat, watch streaming video, and play games online at superfast speeds.
  • ANG. 299.98
ANG.29998
p/month (incl. OB)

Speeds indicated above reflect (maximum) download speeds.

All prices indicated above are including 6% OB.

The pressure for better connectivity is one of the main reasons providers and users are looking at fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband connections as a potential solution for the increased demand in bandwidth due to new technologies being the driver for this. Fiber-to-the-home broadband connections, or FTTH broadband connections, refer to fiber optic cable connections for individual residences. Such optics-based systems can deliver a multitude of digital information — telephone, video, data, et cetera — more efficiently than traditional copper coaxial cable for about the same price

A key benefit to FTTH — also called FTTP, for “fiber-to-the-premises” broadband — is that it provides for far faster connection speeds and carrying capacity than twisted pair conductors, DSL or coaxial cable. For example, a single copper pair conductor can carry six phone calls. A single fiber pair can carry more than 2.5 million phone calls simultaneously.

Experts say that fiber-to-the-home connections are the only technology with enough bandwidth to handle projected consumer demands during the next decade reliably and cost effectively.