After focusing its business on providing services for companies, iPlan, a telecommunications & IT services supplier, announced the launch of ‘iPlan Liv’, an internet offer through an FTTH network, in Rosario (Santa Fe, Argentina).
The initial offer of the residential service includes 200Mbps, and is completed with 300 Mbps and 500 Mbps of bandwidth. During the first three months, each of them will be valued at AR$ 1,199 (USD 17); AR $ 1,299 (USD 18) and AR $ 1,759 (USD 24), respectively. Starting in the fourth month, the 200 Mbps offer will cost AR $ 1,899 (USD 26); the 300 Mbps will be valued at AR $ 2,199 (USD 30), and the 50 Mbps will be available for AR $ 3,519 (USD 49). According to iPlan on its web version, the plans, apart from Rosario, are also offered in Buenos Aires.
‘Our FTTH network allows us to provide infinitely greater capabilities with 100% availability, and give us a strong advantage over copper networks with ADSL or cable modem technology used by our competitors’, said Damian Maldini, CEO at Iplan. ‘Once again, we bet on the country and made significant investments, which, combined with technology and know-how, allow us to introduce services that revolutionize the markets in which we compete’, added the executive. Additionally, in early 2020, iPlan reported its plans to launch OTT offerings through its FTTH network.