The technological reconversion process from analog to digital telephone plants is progressing at a good rhythm in Villa Clara with a chronogram that will benefit even the clients of the most intricate towns in the region, with completion date on November 15.
In statements to ACN, Dianitsy Barreto Martinez, communication specialist at the Cuban Telecommunications Company S.A (ETECSA) in Villa Clara, explained that once the action plan is completed in November, in Cascajal and Rodrigo, both in Santo Domingo, the province will then have 100% of its telephone plants digitalized.
Since the technological reconversion works began in May in Carrillo, Remedios, there have been completed between two and three plants per month, and of a 15 analogical ones still in the area, only six remain today.
The technological change offers a better quality in communication, improved services of landline telephony, increased capacity of the plants and the influx of data traffic with the possibility of buying the service Nauta-Hogar to those customers who want it, Barreto Martinez explained.
Nowadays, the marketing process of outdoor plant capacities for landlines is being carried out in already digitalized areas, an aspect that will gradually increase, the executive concluded.