Internet para todos

Internet para todos is a rural mobile infrastructure company created to democratise internet access in Latin America and Peru. Its objective is to connect the unconnected.

The company is 55% owned by Telefónica, 25% by Meta, 10% by BID invest and 10% by CAF. It is a collaborative initiative that was born in May 2019, based on the conviction that internet access is an enabler for the development and transformation of people’s lives, providing benefits such as access to education and health, among others. Today, 3.6 million people have access to 4G internet and 18,074 rural communities are connected. More than 2,370 base stations with 3G and 4G technology have also been created.

Internet for All aims to expand mobile network coverage with disruptive technology and operating models. It is a neutral Rural Mobile Infrastructure Operator (RMIO) and installs telecommunications infrastructure in locations where internet access has been limited. This infrastructure is made available for mobile operators to “lease” so that they can pass their signal through it and offer their 4G services to those living in these rural locations.

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