As of mid-2017, 98.4% of Czech homes were passed by at least one fixed broadband technology, slightly above the EU average of 97.4%. In rural areas, 95.1% rural households had access to fixed broadband services. With regards to NGA technologies, on a national level 88.6% of Czech households were able to connect to high-speed broadband at the end of June 2017, following a 13.5 percentage point year-on-year increase facilitated primarily by VDSL deployments. When evaluating availability of only FTTP and DOCSIS 3.0 services, two-thirds (60.4%) of Czech households were passed by either networks in mid-2017.
Details on the Czech Republic are attached below.