Installing a fiber optic network in a town requires time, dedication and support from local authorities and their citizens. Here we explain the whole process.
The first step before deciding whether to start a fiber project in a new location, is to conduct a study assessing the interest of citizens, the number of people who already use our Wimax services in the area and if ultra fast broadband services are already offered there.
Our engineering team contacts local authorities and thoroughly investigates the area: streets, population density and existing underground pipelines. All this to have the best and most complete radiography that will allow us to carry out our work in an efficient way and with the minimum inconvenience for the neighbors of the locality where we are deploying.
Once we have all the details, we design an optical fiber map optimized to the specific needs and features of the town. Then we officially present our technical project to the city council for approval, ending the first phase and being able to start the second phase, the deployment.
Our technical team begins to deploy the optic fiber along all the streets of the town, following the design presented by our engineering team. In this phase you will frequently see several workers and vehicles of ConectaBalear in the area. That means there is not much left!
After having completed the laying of fiber cables throughout the urban nucleus, our installers are responsible for merging and connecting the entire network. To finish the project, we make a reflectometry diagnosis and certify that the entire network works as it should. At this moment, you can already connect with the fiber!
You do not live in Felanitx? These are the towns where we offer fiber
These are the locations in which we are actively working to deploy the optic fiber network. If yours does not appear do not worry, we continue working to expand our service to areas that we have not yet announced!
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