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    Greek telecommunication companies offer internet users only 1/3 of the nominal speeds they advertise, according to a National Telecommunications & Post Commission (EETT) report.

    In the most popular ADSL connections that provide speeds of up to 24 Mbps, EETT reports that the actual download speed of information corresponds to 32.26% of the nominal speed. The average of all connections operating in Greece provides the user with a down stream of information corresponding to 40% of the nominal value.

    Almost 200 victims of the strong earthquake that jolted the Greek island of Lesvos on June 12, were forced to evacuate their temporary shelters.

    People whose homes were damaged had to take refuge inside their cars, in churches and even in the open as the agreement between the authorities and local hoteliers expired on June 30.

    Friday, 19 May 2017 13:47

    Athens Coastal Tram goes to the beaches

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    The Athens Coastal Tram goes from Syntagma Square to the Beaches of Glyfada and Voula with stops in Nea Smyrni and all along the coast. It may not be the fastest but it is the best way to get to the sea by public transportation.

    Three expressions of interest in the purchase of a 100% stake in national train operator Trainose were submitted by the September 16 deadline, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund privatisation agency has announced.

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