Argentine telecommunications company Arsat and the Government of Cordoba province have signed a cooperation agreement for the installation of 109 technology cabinets, which will allow about 880,000 inhabitants to access the Federal Internet Plan.
Specifically, the province of Cordoba will give Arsat free of charge and for 20 years, 109 sites in different parts of the province, in which the company will install the cabinets containing the technological equipment for the fiber optics of the Federal Internet Plan. These lands are located in educational establishments, so Arsat will provide them with free broadband access.
“In addition to works, the Federal Internet Plan needs to be managed in each province and in each locations, which are very important so that we can move forward with this plan that is offering internet and at a wholesale price all over Argentina,” said the President of Arsat, Rodrigo de Loredo. The agreement was signed by De Loredo, the Governor of Córdoba, Juan Schiaretti, the Minister of Investment and Financing, Ricardo Sosa, and the Minister of Education, Walter Grahovac.