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ITU’s Partner2Connect project sees $18.5 billion in pledges to connect the unconnected

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 10 June 22

At the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)’s World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC), over 360 pledges were made to improve access to digital technologies

This week, the ITU has announced the major success of its Partner2Connect programme, finding major support from both the public and private sectors, which pledged over $18.5 billion to improve internet access for the global population.  According to the ITU, around 2.9 billion people worldwide remain unconnected to the internet…

This week, the ITU has announced the major success of its Partner2Connect programme, finding major support from both the public and private sectors, which pledged over $18.5 billion to improve internet access for the global population.  According to the ITU, around 2.9 billion people worldwide remain unconnected to the internet…

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