Fibre Network Operators (FNOs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are constantly bombarded with calls from customers and subscribers regarding their fibre internet service – the connection, up-time, speed, etc. Who is responsible for fixing their fibre internet problems and how do they go about raising issues and finding solutions?
● How a fibre infrastructure could address poverty and job creation.
● Root of poverty is in a lack of education.
● Fibre allows one to access skills and education.
● The ripple effect of access to fibre helps disadvantaged communities.
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