Vermont Telephone Company, Ericsson to provide Rutland city public schools with free internet

Tuesday 31 March 2020 | 18:20 CET | News
Vermont Telephone Company (VTel) and Ericsson partnered Rutland City Public Schools to provide their students affected by school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic with free access to free high-speed wireless internet and Google Chromebooks. In less than ten days, VTel and its sister company VTel Wireless, in collaboration with Ericsson, mobilised quickly to deploy and install next-generation 4G/5G wireless radios and antennas on a building in downtown Rutland. These actions, combined with delivering wireless modems and routers to homes, allowed students to receive free internet service

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Companies: Ericsson / Google
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