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Mobile Internet Connectivity in Rural Areas Reaches 93 Percent

The Iranian government has launched a communication infrastructure development project, because of which over 1.3 million people living in 1,500 villages have access to mobile data connection and are linked to the National Information Network
Mobile Internet Connectivity in Rural Areas Reaches 93 PercentMobile Internet Connectivity in Rural Areas Reaches 93 Percent

The Iranian government took a step forward in upgrading ICT infrastructure in underdeveloped parts of the country, providing over 1,500 rural areas with access to mobile network and internet services. 
On the occasion of World Telecommunications and Information Society Day celebrated annually on May 17, Es’haq Jahangiri, first vice president, and Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, the ICT minister, made the announcement during a videoconference in Tehran on Sunday.
On this occasion, they held a symbolic inauguration in Seyedan Village in South Khorasan Province, the ministry’s website Ict.gov.ir reported.

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