Vivo expands FTTH network in Brazil

Telefonica Brasil, which operates under the Vivo brand, has launched its FTTH network in three new cities in the interior of Sao Paulo and Pernambuco, where it will serve 87,000 households. Vivo offers speeds up to 300 mbps.

Vivo said it launched its fiber network in Cosmópolis and Hortolândia, in the interior of São Paulo, and Garanhuns, in the interior of the state of Pernambuco. For these initiatives, it invested R$ 27 million (USD 8.6 million).

The operator announced special offers for this launch. Users who opt for 50 mbps and Vivo Fixo with unlimited calls to any local landline, will pay R$ 139.98 per month (USD 44.8). The company also offers the option to buy broadband-only packages.

Following the incorporation of these three cities, Vivo now offers FTTH in 28 cities in the state of São Paulo, while in Pernambuco the network is available in nine cities.

 

 

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