Superfast internet program completed in 5 settlements
The network development of the Superfast Internet Program (SZIP) has been completed in five settlements in South Borsod.
The final press conference of the nearly HUF 140 million investment was held at Tiszadorogma (165 km northeast of Budapest) in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, according to profitline.hu.
Parliamentary State Secretary András Tállai of the Ministry of Finance said at the event that people living in small settlements have the same right to fast internet, good quality roads, and education, or easily accessible community spaces as those living in larger cities.
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