Entel Chile to connect 45,000 people in rural areas

Monday 3 November 2014 | 18:47 CET | News
Entel Chile expects to connect 45,000 people in rural and isolated areas of the country with telecoms services provided via spectrum in the 2600 MHz band. The project stipulates the deployment of telecoms services in 181 rural areas across Chile.

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Companies: Entel
Countries: Chile
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