These are the tariffs of the wholesale service offered by ARSAT and that reaches localities throughout Argentina. The announcement was made by the President via Twitter
The Government confirmed the freezing of Internet service rates until February 2020 "to accompany" SMEs and cooperatives that provide the data transmission service provided by ARSAT.
This was confirmed by President Mauricio Macri, through his account of Twitter, where he said that "ARSAT's wholesale internet service reaches localities throughout the country through SMEs and cooperatives. To accompany these companies we lower and freeze the rates they pay for the service."
ARSAT's wholesale internet service reaches locations throughout the country through SMEs and cooperatives. To accompany these companies we lower and freeze the rates they pay for the service.
– Mauricio Macri (@mauriciomacri) September 10, 2019
The head of state explained that "until February the price will be frozen", and stressed that the measure "will also help end users, because SMEs are going to be able to invest in home runs."
The measure is intended to "improve" the infrastructure and to "increase the speed of the service without impacting consumer invoices," said the president of the Nation.
Macri reported the tariff reduction of the service provided by ARSAT, the telecommunications company of the Argentine State that provides data transmission, telephony and television services through land, air and space infrastructure.
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