Claro Brasil launches 1 Gbps fixed internet and promises Wi-Fi 6

Thursday 21 October 2021 | 15:28 CET | News
Claro Brasil has launched fixed broadband at 1 Gbps more than 300 cities in every region of the country where the company has network coverage, reports Teletime. The new speed is available for BRL 399.99 per month, with the operator's usual services such as Now and Claro Video. The operator aoffers an optional WiFi Mesh network kit for twelve x BRL 64.99, which includes routers of the TP-link and ZTE brands.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Claro Brasil / TP-Link / ZTE
Countries: Brazil
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