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Small villages of Primorye will get Internet access using Wi-Fi technology
Improving the quality of mobile and Internet services has become the main topic of the round table, which was held in the Primorsky Territory Administration.
According to Elena Romashko, Deputy Director of Economics and Strategic Development of Primorye, the quality of mobile and Internet services is included in the indicators that shape the investment climate in the region, and not all entrepreneurs are satisfied with the quality of telecommunications services.
During the discussion, it was noted that according to this indicator of the National rating of investment attractiveness of regions, the Primorsky Territory scored 3,4 points, and the best indicator in the country - 3,9 points.
The meeting was also attended by representatives of leading companies providing services in the telecommunications services market, and public organizations representing the interests of small business.
According to the deputy chairman of the All-Russian Public Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Andrei Golotin, to improve the investment climate in the region, it is necessary to improve the quality of mobile communications throughout the region, including remote areas.
As reported. Tatyana Potapova, director of the Primorye Informatization Department, today there are four mobile operators in the region and only two in the 4G standard. The total number of subscribers exceeds 3,7 million people. The coverage area is 535 settlements.
She noted that the federal highway Vladivostok-Khabarovsk is completely in the coverage area of operators, but recently the operators switched to new equipment, changed the network settings, so there were problems with the stability of communication.
At the same time, she said that 321 settlements have not yet been connected to the Internet through a fixed connection. But the federal law "On Communications" was amended, according to which residents of settlements with a population of up to 500 people will receive access points using Wi-Fi technology at the expense of the state program. In addition, by 2018, 122 settlements with less than 250 residents will receive the access point.
Tatyana Potapova also noted that a roadmap was developed to improve the quality of telecommunications services.
“We intend to identify problem areas by communicating with the business community. The department is also ready to consider proposals from telecom operators that provide a higher attractiveness for investment, "- said Tatiana Potapova.
During the discussion, it was decided to conduct a survey among entrepreneurs to assess the quality of telecommunication services. Anyone can leave their proposals for the development of telecommunications services market.
Entries can be found on the website of the Primorsky Territory administration. Results should be sent before 1 November to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.