The BIPT compiles the maps of the “fixed” Atlas based on the data communicated by the operators. This map shows the aggregated coverage percentages of the different available speeds. The current map displays available speeds between 1 and 1000+ Mbps.

Zooming into the map or searching for an address gives a detailed description of the available download and upload speeds on the available addresses per network operator and its technology.

The technologies listed are:

  • HFC or a Hybrid Fiber Coaxial network, a broadband network that delivers internet services on a network consisting of optical fiber and coax cables in the last mile.
  • FTTH or Fiber to the Home, a broadband network that delivers internet services on an optical fiber network, including the last mile.
  • xDSL or Digital Subscriber Lines, a family of technologies that deliver internet services on a network consisting of optical fiber and copper telephone cables in the last mile (length of the last mile may vary between different DSL technologies).

The fiber roll-out in Belgium is evolving rapidly, meaning the information on your address may no longer be up-to-date. If you would like more information about the presence of fiber at your address and its planned roll-out, BIPT refers you to the FTTH map:".

Other operators may deliver services over the networks present on this map. The BIPT only publishes coverage data of the mentioned network operators. For more information regarding the best internet services for your needs, please visit:

Please note that the speeds published on the map are the maximum attainable speeds that the network can provide, and do not necessarily coincide with the speeds that are offered to the address. The actual received speed depends on the offer that the end-user is subscribed to.


The current data are collected for each address in the inventory of addresses in Belgium. The information regarding the addresses is available via the following regional data registers: CRAB (Flemish Region), URBIS (Brussels Region) and PICC (Walloon Region).

Based on the thus collected data the BIPT calculates the aggregated coverage rates in terms of households and population for the different geographical areas of the country, which are depicted on the map. For practical reasons, the BIPT is unable to check the accuracy of the data. However, it analyses their consistency and only displays data which are deemed plausible on the map.