From mid-2022, that is, within a year, those in Germany will be able to claim this right. The prerequisite is that the Federal Council still approves the law. It is not yet clear what “fast internet” means. Minimum requirements for fast upload, download and delay, response time should be done, but these must be calculated first. So far, a guideline value of 30 megabits per second has been specified for downloads.
100 Mbit speed is considered the best
30 Mbit speed is the absolute lower limit. Using the example of a family of four, it means that the mother is at an online conference, for example, when the father is on the phone at the same time, the children have to download their homework. Experts believe that 30 Mbit is really the minimum requirement for this. However, if you want to stream an image without clearing it, you need about 100 mebit.
Compared to a country, MV lags far behind
Much of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is still a long way from this speed. When you look at the Broadband Atlas of the Federal Ministry of Economy – that is, the Atlas for the Fast Internet, it becomes clear at first glance: compared to one country, MV lags behind all other federal states. Regions are still shown only in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, with less than half of the families having quick internet access. According to statistics for the entire state, 80 percent of users here currently have access to high-speed networks, compared to 95 percent of the national average.
80 projects are being implemented, others are in the planning stage
According to the state government, மெ 1.4 billion is available for broadband expansion in the Mecklenburg-western Pomerania. According to the state government, about 80 broadband expansion projects are being implemented, most of which are in the final stages of tenders. But by mid-2022 – if the right to fast internet becomes legal in Germany – there should be some more vacancies in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania.