In order to allow access to integrated telecommunications services
in the central rural areas of the country, the municipality of Simon Bolivar, from
the department of Pasco, and
Movistar launched the mobile services, fixed and wireless public telephony in the
district of Simon Bolivar.
This initiative is part of the project Intégrame
from Movistar which will benefit from today to more than 2,600 inhabitants of the
towns: Pacoyan, Quiulacocha, Sacrafamilia, San Antonio de Ranas and San Pedro de Racco,
which can access to telecommunications already.
Intégrame is a project of public-private partnership that was created in 2006 by Movistar
to provide the services to rural areas that did not have access to telecommunications
or which had very limited services. From that time, Intégrame is serving more than
100,000 people from 301 locations throughout Peru.
"Intégrame" develops infrastructure projects
that enable communities to access the integrated telecommunications services, reducing
the digital gap in poorest areas of the country, promoting their economic and social
growth, and connecting them with the rest of the country and the world.