According to the latest report published by the Minister of Communications, Irancell was able to perform well in the field of rural communications development in May. In a similar report related to April, Irancell was a leader in this field.
According to Digiato and quoting Irancell Public Relations, “Issa Zarepour” continues to report periodically on the development of rural communications, by publishing a post on his Instagram page, statistics on the actions of communication operators in this field in different provinces of Iran, in the last week of May Published the month 1401.
Accordingly, out of 70 villages with more than 20 households in 13 provinces, 37 villages have access to the national information network and high-speed Internet, established by Irancell. Among them, one village in East Azerbaijan province, 8 villages in West Azerbaijan, 2 villages in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, 6 villages in Khorasan Razavi, one village in North Khorasan, 6 villages in Sistan and Baluchestan, 7 villages in Kurdistan, one village in Kerman, one village in Gilan and 4 villages in Hormozgan province.
In this Instagram post, the Minister of Communications stated that in the last week of May, 70 villages across Iran joined the National Information Network, and announced that a total of 4,966 families with a population of more than 17,000 had stable and high-speed communications:
“We must fulfill our promise to connect all villages with more than 20 households in the country to the national information network by the end of this year. It is hard work and we need the support of the government and the parliament and the participation of the people. “God willing, we will turn white in front of our dear villagers, and this path will continue.”
In recent years, Irancell has been able to play an important role in creating access to the national information network and high-speed Internet in villages with more than 20 households, especially in the provinces of Sistan and Baluchestan, Hormozgan, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad.
Earlier, on the 3rd of Bahman 1400 and in the “unveiling ceremony of connecting one thousand villages with more than 20 households to the national information network” in the presence of the Minister of Communications and Information Technology and CEO of Irancell, Zarepour thanked Abbasi, Arend CEO and staff of Irancell for launching “Rural communications have been involved and have played a very active role,” he said.
In this ceremony, Irancell rural communication site was inaugurated in Ghadir town of Siakh Darangun sub-district in Fars province, on behalf of 250 Irancell rural communication sites, and with LTE-Pro technology, the residents of this village were provided with high-speed internet access.
Also, in the former Instagram report of the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, which was published from the statistics of rural development measures of communication operators in April 1401, Irancell was able to provide access to 25 villages out of 36 villages in 11 provinces, leading rural communication development operators.
In the first report of the Minister of Communications on the actions of operators in the development of rural communications, which was published on December 5, 1400, Irancell provided high-speed Internet access to the people of 14 villages in Bushehr, Khorasan Razavi, Khuzestan, Sistan and Baluchestan and Fars provinces, out of 32 villages across the country. , Was a pioneer in the development of rural communications in the country.
Also, during a visit to Irancell’s central building and the online opening of Irancell’s rural communication site in the village of Aghuz Darreh in the city of Gulogah in Mazandaran province, Zarehpour said:
“The communication of these villages must be established with your help within the time of the commitment, which is the end of 1401, and this is possible, especially in the current situation where the lives and education of the people are tied to communication. “A lot of effort has been put in, and in fairness, what Irancell has done is a quality measure, and we hope that this path will continue quickly.”
Bijan Abbasiarand, CEO of Irancell, also stated at the ceremony: “We consider our most important commitment in the field of National Information Network and Rural Development Development Project (USO) and we try to implement these commitments every day better than before and “Let’s do it according to the schedule.”