Seaborn and EdgeUno offers free Internet Connectivity for 90 days

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Seaborn Networks declared that with the help of EdgeUno they are improving their IP and Infrastructure partnership to offer 90 days free internet connectivity. Free internet connectivity will be provided to the non-profit organization, educational programs, state and municipal governments, public health care providers, and non-government organizations. The intention behind providing free internet connectivity by Seaborn and EdgeUno is to support these qualifying organizations to accelerate remote learning, work-from-home, governance, assistance, medication, and research.

The 90-day open Internet connectivity

The 90 day-free internet connectivity is accessible only within the EdgeUno-Seaborn partnership network. The countries that are included in this network are Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, and Peru. The 90-day free internet connectivity has no objections for the customer to continue beyond the free period of 90 days.

Mehmet Akcin, CEO of EdgeUno said that they are supporting the communities in America to quickly implement the government’s social distancing guidelines by providing free internet connectivity. The company’s motive is to provide access to high bandwidth internet which will help local, state and regional institutions in this challenging situation.

Larry Schwartz CEO of Seaborn said by providing free IP, they wish to decrease the burden on these organizations to perform their particular tasks during the health crisis.

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