Mapping broadband coverage in Cyprus

Broadband Coverage in Europe in 2011 - key results for Cyprus

One of the European Union’s most ambitious targets is to make sure that all its citizens can get access to superfast broadband at home, if they choose, by 2020. A new study by broadband specialists Point Topic shows Cyprus had yet to start on that road as of the end of 2011, but it was in a good position to begin rolling out superfast soon.

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National coverage by broadband technology – Cyprus

Cyprus broadband coverage by technology combination - BCE 2011

Cyprus broadband coverage by technology combination – BCE 2011

As a small country with a low proportion of rural homes Cyprus enjoys almost complete coverage by standard fixed broadband and HSPA.  Rural coverage of 92% is not among the highest but this translates into less than 1,000 homes without access to broadband.

NGA, by contrast, was absent in 2011 but this promises to change rapidly in 2012 as both VDSL and cabled upgrades to Docsis 3 are rolled out.

Cyprus broadband coverage map

Cyprus broadband coverage map

The technology profile illustrates the strength of coverage by the basic DSL, cable and HSPA technologies in Cyprus.  DSL, HSPA and satellite are the only options available in rural areas at present.



Broadband maps for Cyprus

Cyprus consists of one single NUTS 3 area.  It reports 100% standard broadband coverage, thanks to a complete DSL network, but with no NGA coverage as of end-2011.







Data tables for Cyprus


Persons per household2.8
Rural proportion4.3%

Coverage by technology

Standard cable45.9%0.0%
Docsis 3 cable0.0%0.0%
Standard Combination100.0%100.0%
NGA Combination0.0%0.0%

Find out more

Point Topic maps broadband coverage in every square kilometre across Europe. For more details, please visit the Broadband Competition Map of Europe page or contact Tim Johnson at or telephone +44(0)20 3301 3303.