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Argentina distributes free Sims in Buenos Aires to help families stay connected

Monday 10 August 2020 | 11:46 CET | News
Argentina's communications regulator Enacom announced it has distributed 26,100 prepaid cards with ARS 250 in credit each to people in Buenos Aires lacking basic connectivity. It said over 31,330 people in vulnerable households will benefit from the Sims, helping especially young people stay connected to schooling during the coronavirus pandemic. 

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