Washington. The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) will provide a grant for a feasibility study to increase broadband connectivity in rural and semi-urban areas of India. According to an official statement, this grant will be given to any one internet service provider.
However, the amount of the grant was not disclosed in the statement. The USTDA said Wednesday that projects like this can make a difference in communities and encourage more inclusive economic growth. According to the statement, the grant will be used for a feasibility study, which will help connect more than three crore people in rural and semi-urban communities across India with broadband connectivity.
Airjaldi has been selected as the Internet Service Provider. “Projects like this can make a difference in communities and encourage more inclusive economic growth,” said USTDA Director Enoh T. Ebong. Providing reliable and affordable internet access to the underprivileged is Airjaldi’s mission, which USTDA is proud to be associated with.”
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