Why internet connections in Germany are so bad | DW Analysis

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For years, Europe’s largest economy has failed to roll out good internet connections across the country, and that’s increasingly becoming a problem. By telling the story of one small village in central Germany and how it’s been fighting for better internet for years, we explain everything that’s wrong with Germany’s internet rollout.

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