Claro adds 19 new cities to its FTTH network in Colombia, where it already records a total of 110

As officially reported by Claro Colombia (America Móvil), the Colombian subsidiary of América Movil has expanded its FTTH network coverage during the period of the new Coronavirus pandemic. The company currently records a total of 110 cities on its network, where it offers internet, TV and fixed telephony.

Colombian cities in which Claro has expanded its FTTH network are Caqueza, Villeta, Pacho and La Mesa (in Cundinamarca); Quimbaya, Montenegro, Calarca, Circasia and La Tebaida (in Quindio); Barbosa, Apartado and Girardota (in Antioquia); La Virginia and Belen de Umbria (in Risaralda); Viterbo and Anserma (in Caldas); Guamo (Tolima); Cartago (Valle del Cauca); and Chiquinquira (Boyaca). From Claro Colombia they reported that the new offer will allow it to benefit 104 thousand additional households.

‘We strongly believe that connectivity is an enabler of equity, and there is the need to connect citizens who are not connected. With great joy we inform that in the last six months we have added 19 new cities with FTTH technology, completing 110 cities in which we offer high-speed internet, TV and fixed telephony. Claro will continue its efforts to contribute to closing the digital divide in the country’, said Carlos Zenteno, President at Claro Colombia.