National Plan

December 6th, 2014 by nathan Leave a reply »

The access problems had been on instalments detached by the entrepreneurs, who had also complained of the high cost of use of the infrastructure of the electric sector, as poles and ducts, in some regions of the country. On the subject, the minister Bernardine Pablo if compromised in talking with the minister of Mines and Energy, Edson Lobo, to try to reduce these costs. Already in relation to the possibility of use of the deep guarantor of the BNDES signaled for the minister, the entrepreneurs had answered with satisfaction to the proposal of the government. According to president of the National Association for Digital Inclusion (Anid), Percival Enriques this is an important step for the accomplishment and implantation of the broad band in the Country. It said: ' ' The government waves now with a deep guarantor. This is incrvel' ' , it commemorated.

The minister Bernardine Pablo reaffirmed with priority treatment to the National Plan of Broad band and guaranteed that its intention is to conclude the negotiations to speed up the implementation of the plan, in the maximum, until June. He affirmed the minister in the occasion: ' ' What of he is not to be arguing this subject without fim' ' , he commented. He was made right that each one of the associations of suppliers that participated of the meeting of it will have to deliver to the ministry a spread sheet with all the involved costs in the installment of the service to subsidize the work of the government in the brainstorming for the partnerships. The central idea of the federal government is to congregate R$ 75 billion in public and private investments in the telephony nets up to 2014 and to take broad band of at least a Mbps to all the Brazilian cities for accessible prices for the low income populations. The central goal of the plan is to use nets optical-fiber that already exist for the country, but is idle and to create connections with mobile nets to take care of to agricultural zones and cities moved away from the great urban centers.

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