Fiber optic company IBC Unlimited concludes 2022 with an addition of approximately 365,000 households; Over 1,100,000 households are connected to the company’s network in about 100 towns with over 30% penetration country-wide
The optical fiber company IBC Unlimited summarized the year 2022 and revealed for the first time the dramatic growth figures that testify to the changes made by the company in the last year: the company crossed the threshold of 1,100,000 households connected to the network in about 100 towns and cities across the length and breadth of Israel. During the year, the company reached about 365,000 new households in more than 40 towns.
As it recently announced, the company is even expected to launch at the end of the first quarter the advanced technology in the XGS-PON fiber world, which will allow, among other things, symmetrical browsing packages of up to 5 gigabytes that can only be offered by the telecommunications companies that use IBC Unlimited’s fiber optic infrastructure. The company is expected to reach dozens of additional towns and approximately 400,000 additional households during the year 2023.
IBC Unlimited, which has the largest number of fiber optic customers on its network – over 300,000 households, brings its competitive packages to every town it reaches. A world of choice opens up to consumers, and they can choose between the communication companies that work with the company, including: Cellcom, HOT, 019 Telzer, 018 Expon, United, Ramon Internet, Amitant, 015 Hello and more.
The CEO of IBC Unlimited, Yossi Hever said: “The company is committed to continue to be at the forefront of technology and to reach tens of thousands of new households every month in the widest geographical spread. As a wholesale company, IBC will continue to be the industry and competition leader and establish itself as the most advanced and fastest growing national communications infrastructure company in Israel.”
IBC Limited is owned by IBC Limited Holdings Limited Partnership (70%), which is held in equal parts by: Israel Infrastructure Fund , HOT, Cellcom and by the Electric Company (30%).