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Brazilian telecom operators join forces, and ask for responsible use of networks

Claro, Oi, Tim e Vivo agreed to open TV channels for operators' customers

Claro, Oi, Tim e Vivo agreed to open TV channels for operators' customers and to give free access to news channels with information on coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock

The largest telecommunications companies in Brazil are joining efforts to ensure that even in social isolation people could accomplish their tasks and be entertained. Claro, Oi, Tim e Vivo agreed to open TV channels for
operators’ customers and to give free access to news channels with
information on coronavirus.

Besides coordinated actions to serve the Brazilian public during the period of quarantine and social isolation, companies are also calling for “sensible and responsible use of networks and services” to avoid overloading the network. Check out all the measures adopted by these four companies here on #FiqueBemFiqueEmCasa.