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    Today Vrio Corporation, parent company of DIRECTV Latin America and Sky Brasil, and Project Kuiper, Amazon’s low Earth orbit satellite broadband network, announced a distribution agreement to offer fast, affordable internet connectivity in seven countries in South America.

    This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20240613221984/en/

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    Outside Amazon headquarters in downtown Seattle. From left to right: Rajeev Badyal, vice president of Project Kuiper; Darío Werthein, president of Vrio Corp.; and Panos Panay, senior vice president of Amazon Devices & Services. (Photo: Business Wire)

    Outside Amazon headquarters in downtown Seattle. From left to right: Rajeev Badyal, vice president of Project Kuiper; Darío Werthein, president of Vrio Corp.; and Panos Panay, senior vice president of Amazon Devices & Services. (Photo: Business Wire)

    Vrio plans to use Project Kuiper’s network to provide connectivity services to residential customers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia through DIRECTV Latin America and Sky Brasil, in accordance with local regulations. This agreement will bring new affordable, high-speed internet connectivity options to an area with a total population of approximately 383 million people, including approximately 200 million people the World Bank estimates are still not connected to the internet.

    DIRECTV and Sky will use Project Kuiper's low-latency, high-bandwidth satellite network to bring the benefits of fast and reliable internet to areas that would otherwise be both challenging and prohibitively expensive to serve. With Project Kuiper, the companies will offer nationwide coverage in each country—something that is not practical with traditional connectivity options like fiber optics or fixed wireless that require extensive infrastructure.

    Darío Werthein, president of Vrio Corp., stated: "This collaboration with Project Kuiper is in line with our strategy of extending our services throughout South America and continues to define us as a regional leader in information, digital entertainment, connectivity and innovation promotion. We are concerned with bridging the technology gap and even more so the digital divide for our future generations. And the time is now. Our commitment translates into action. Providing internet access across the region ensures the development of communities; and that is a commitment for our company." He added, "We look forward to bringing the benefits of affordable internet access and connectivity to more communities to reach further with a service that will revolutionize the way people connect."

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    Vrio to Offer Project Kuiper Satellite Broadband in 7 South American Countries to Help Bridge the Digital Divide Today Vrio Corporation, parent company of DIRECTV Latin America and Sky Brasil, and Project Kuiper, Amazon’s low Earth orbit satellite broadband network, announced a distribution agreement to offer fast, affordable internet connectivity in seven …

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