Oi activates fibre network in six more cities in South Brazil

Monday 13 September 2021 | 17:09 CET | News
Brazilian operator Oi has activated its fibre-optic network in six more cities in the southern states of Rio Grande do Sul, Parana and Santa Catarina, reports Telesintese. Cities that now benefit from a high-speed connection are Garibaldi in Rio Grande do Sul; Medianeira, Palmas and Piraquara in Parana; and Icara and Ituporanga in Santa Catarina.

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Companies: Oi
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