The broadband atlas shows the broadband network coverage situation in Switzerland. The maps provide information on both fixed network connections and the availability of mobile communication networks.
The broadband atlas is an interactive application composed of 18 maps: 15 describe fixed network coverage and 3 describe the availability of mobile communication networks.
The fixed network maps provide information on upload and download speeds, the types of connections available (copper, coaxial cable, fibre), as well as the active providers in the displayed area. The information is published in aggregate form in grids with a resolution of 250 m x 250 m.
Mobile communication networks are represented by four maps showing the expected availability of 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G networks for each 100 m x 100 m grid.
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The participation of network operators in the broadband atlas is voluntary. Service providers who did not provide data are not featured on the maps. Participating service providers are responsible for the accuracy of the data they provide to OFCOM.
The following companies or organisations provided OFCOM with data on the availability of their fixed network connections: Aziende Municipalizzate Bellinzona, Giubiasco (AMB), Danet Oberwallis AG, Energie Wasser Bern (EWB), Energie Wasser Luzern (EWL), Elektrizitätswerk der Stadt Zürich (EWZ), FTTH-FR, GA Weissenstein (GAV), Industrielle Werke Basel (IWB), Quickline, St. Gallisch-Appenzellische Kraftwerke AG (SAK), Société Électrique Intercommunale de la Côte SA (SEIC), Service des Energies Yverdon (SEY), Sankt Galler Stadtwerke (SGSW), suissedigital (for numerous local cable television providers), Sunrise, Swiss Fibre Net (for its partners), Swisscom, Stadtwerk Winterthur, UPC Schweiz. Other companies may be added at any time. For mobile radio coverage, the data is provided by the three mobile operators Salt, Sunrise and Swisscom.
Last modification 19.12.2018