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Fast-Tracking School Connectivity

Iran’s main telecom operators, Telecommunications Company of Iran, Irancell and Mobile Telecommunications Company of Iran, are entrusted with linking all schools to the National Information Network
Fast-Tracking School Connectivity
Fast-Tracking School Connectivity

The entry of conventional Iranian schools into the digital world has gained traction in recent years, as projects to connect urban and rural educational centers to high-speed internet are implemented at an accelerated speed.
The National Information Network, the domestic network with content compatible with Islamic values, is being developed throughout the country as an infrastructure to achieve this goal.
NIN has been used as the primary platform for school connectivity that aims to facilitate users’ access to indigenous content and curb educational disparity.
Domestic telecom operators, including the Telecommunications Company of Iran, which is the top fixed-line operator, Irancell and Mobile Telecommunications Company of Iran, also known as Hamrah-e Avval, are tasked with linking schools to the network.


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