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Argentina launches ARS 3.8 bln digital divide projects

Tuesday 30 June 2020 | 11:43 CET | News
Argentina's communications regulator Enacom has announced a series of initiatives to bridge the digital divide in numerous underserved areas throughout the country. A total of ARS 3.8 billion (around USD 54 million) will be allocated to improving connectivity, including ARS 1 billion to increase internet access for vulnerable families in popular urban districts plus ARS 300 million to implement ICT services in previously neglected rural areas.

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Categories: General
Companies: Enacom
Countries: Argentina
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