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Govt may offer 50% subsidy for setting up broadband connection in rural India

The government of India is planning to give up to 50 per cent subsidy to service providers for setting up new broadband connection in the rural parts of the country.

The scheme would be implemented in phased manner across the country and would also cover remote areas including the north-eastern states.

The government of India is planning to give up to 50 per cent subsidy to service providers for setting up new broadband connection in the rural parts of the country.

The scheme would be implemented in phased manner across the country and would also cover remote areas including the north-eastern states.

India currently has about four million broadband connections against the government’s target of nine million connections by 2007 and 20 million connections by 2010, reports Economic Times.

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