On 3 March 2015, the Italian Government, in line with the Europe 2020 Agenda, approved the Italian Strategy for high-speed broadband which is intended to cover 85 per cent of the population by 2020, with infrastructure capable of offering services at speeds of 100Mbps and above, ensuring all citizens have access to internet at least 30Mbps.

As part of this strategy, the Government promotes the development of high-speed broadband through the simplification of the regulatory framework, the creation of new growth drivers, the use of tax incentives and the reduction of installation costs. A synergistic 360 ° action which is intended to make Italy a faster, less bureaucratic, more modern country.

The Strategy for high-speed broadband is only the first step of a wider project that incorporates European Digital Agenda objectives, invests in future-proof infrastructure and, thanks to the development of services, creates a fully inclusive digitized society.