Sao Paulo state plans tender to expand telecom services coverage

Thursday 13 May 2021 | 17:12 CET | News
The government of the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, through technology company Prodesp, will hold a virtual public consultation on 14 May, on plans to tender telephony, mobile data and broadband services, including Wi-Fi deployment, for 630 access points in 22 cities in the south of the state. The project is part of the 'Vale do Futuro' program, which aims to bring connectivity to vulnerable sectors of the local community, such as rural associations, schools, health posts, and tourist spots that still do not have internet coverage.

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