Granadilla signs six year deal with Telefonica
Granadilla council has entered into a contract with Telefónica to guarantee andoptimise the best telecommunications services in the municipality.
The Mayor recently signed the agreement for six years that will bring more savings to the public coffers and improvements in the infrastructures.
José Domingo Regalado González confirmed the deal with Telefónica’s director of sales of public administrations of the Canary Islands, Carmen Gloria Rodríguez Falcón, for a total amount of 953,145.78 euros.
“The agreement for fixed telephony, mobile and data, includes a comprehensive solution that will expand the provision, capacity for growth and adaptation, and compliance with real demands, as well as support the current needs of the municipality and those in the future,” a spokesman explained.
The Mayor said it was “a significant step in the field of telecommunications which will provide efficiency, security and scalability in the communications infrastructure of Granadilla de Abona.”
The council says it is determined to find solutions to the local demand, both at present and in the future, and to look at broadband distribution ((adsl and optical fibre), among other aspects.