ArSat's 2015 budget reaches ARS 4.9 bln

Thursday 18 December 2014 | 15:05 CET | News
Argentine state-owned telecoms firm ArSat's budget for next year will reach ARS 4.9 billion, Telesemana reports. The operator will invest most of the budget in its digital TV, fibre optic and satellite projects. ArSat was created in 2006 to manage the country's satellite project. ArSat is also in charge of several connectivity initiatives across the country, including Argentina Conectada, which stipulates the deployment of fibre optic infrastructure across the country.

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Categories: General
Companies: Arsat
Countries: Argentina
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