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India to launch Andhra Pradesh Fibre Grid project

Wednesday 27 December 2017 | 17:20 CET | News
India's President Ram Nath Kovind will launch the Andhra Pradesh Fibre Grid project on 27 December. Dubbed 'Triple Play 2 Services', the fibre grid project is designed to provide internet, TV and telephone services to more than 100,000 households in the Andhra Pradesh state for a monthly fee of INR 149, The Indian Express reports, citing Chandrasekhar Reddy, media adviser to the energy, infrastructure and investment department. Following the project launch, fibre grid connections would be available to around 100,000 households with connectivity in 55 villages.

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