Internet Para Todos, a new alternative to reduce the digital divide

Telefónica, Facebook, IDB and CAF drive an innovative model that will provide internet to six million people in Peru by deploying infrastructure in rural areas

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  • Internet Para Todos revolutionary business model
  • Who are the key shareholders and what are their roles?
  • What are the main challenges for rural rollout in CALA?
  • Internet Para Todos’ current assets, deployment plans and technology requirements

In Latin America, more than 100 million people who live in rural areas don’t have internet access. The digital divide keeps slowing down the socio-economic development of thousands of communities located in remote locations, and the geographical barriers of those areas further complicate the much needed infrastructure deployment.  In order to solve this challenge, Telefónica,…

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