GVT expands broadband coverage in Brazil

3 Sep 2008

Brazilian voice telephony and broadband internet provider Global Village Telecom (GVT) has expanded its service coverage to take in a further seven municipalities, BNamericas reports citing a statement from the company. The expansion covers the cities of Pinhais and Londrina in Parana state, and and Cachoeirinha and Viamao in Rio Grande do Sul state, whose residents will be able to access the internet at speeds of up to 20Mbps. Meanwhile, residents in Apucarana and Guarapuava in Parana state, and Santa Cruz do Sul in Rio Grande do Sul state, will now be offered internet access at speeds of up to 10Mbps, it said. GVT’s 20Mbps broadband service is now available in 33 municipalities and the operator is able to offer a minimum 1Mbps service across 75% of the 70 municipalities in which it is active.

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