Telecable won a tender in Costa Rica for the implementation of 170 Connected Public Spaces of the National Telecommunications Fund's business unit.
The project aims to reduce the nation's digital divide.
The telecommunications operator will provide service in some areas of Guanacaste, Puntarenas, Heredia, San José and the Southern Zone.
Each location will have high-speed Internet with from 100 to 300 mega supplied by a dedicated fiber optic link.
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