Seamless multipath connectivity

Combining network assets for better
customer experience


Hybrid Access

Boost your broadband access by combining xDSL/HFC & 4G/5G


Cellular Wi-Fi Convergence

Seamlessly transition between 4G/5G and Wi-Fi for a better user experience



Empowering remote workers with improved connectivity, now available!


They trust us

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“Hybrid Broadband will make surfing the web easier for more than one million Finnish households. It supports multiple users and makes it easier to watch TV, even in HD. In Pori, for example, only about one in ten homes has been able to get fast and reliable fixed broadband from Telia, but the new hybrid network will enable nearly every household in the city to watch elite league ice hockey.”

Kalle Muhonen

Head of Connectivity, Telia Finland

Our primary focus is to utilise the leading edge capabilities of GO’s fixed and mobile networks to offer innovative services such as immediate provisioning, backup services, wireless internet and faster internet access over the converged hybrid network.”

Joseph Attard


“Fiber for rural households will happen eventually, but it will take a long time, so the hybrid access is a great solution for KPN to provide our customers within the Netherlands at least 50 megabits per second.”

Dennis van Marren


“Things really improved since my download speed has increased by up to five times. I would recommend the solution because it’s quite simple.”


Tax accountant, Proximus customer, Belgium

“Higher DSL speed and hybrid Internet service for business operation programmes in places that do not currently have fiber-optic connection will provide more speed and guarantee a reliable functioning of the Internet when it is needed the most, for example, accessing data in cloud platforms.”

Vaiva Svenson

Chief of Commercial Development Division, Telia Lithuania

“We improve the connectivity in rural areas with DSL and 4G-LTE broadband solutions. We expect that this will contribute to growing economic and social activity in those remote areas, releasing the pressure on increasingly densely populated cities.”

2018 Annual Report