Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Altnets unite in Brazil to take on major operators

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 23 July 21

Eight regional ISPs in the Brazil’s northeastern states have merged to form a single operator, set to take on the dominance of Brisanet, Claro, Oi, and Vivo

Brazilian media is reporting that a group of eight regional ISPs have agreed to merge to form a new, unified fibre operator, Proxxima Telecomunicacoes.   The deal will see Ondanet, Netmark, CPnet, Datacommection, Enteriw, Netjat, Netonline, and Toolsnet &ndash…

Brazilian media is reporting that a group of eight regional ISPs have agreed to merge to form a new, unified fibre operator, Proxxima Telecomunicacoes.   The deal will see Ondanet, Netmark, CPnet, Datacommection, Enteriw, Netjat, Netonline, and Toolsnet &ndash…

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