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Russian telecom supports school for students with disabilities

schoolgirl looking at the camera while his classmates and her teacher are around a table

Tele2 Russia has launched the Digital School project for students with disabilities, in cooperation with the Moscow region government, reports Telecompaper.

Tele2 Russia is a telecommunications company started in Russia by the Swedish group of companies Tele2 AB. It has been operating since 2003.

New training class with computers will be set up in a school for children with disabilities in the town of Chkalovo.

The mobile operator will provide the class with computers, printers and an interactive screen. Unlimited broadband services over the LTE-450 network will be also available there.

Tele2 Russia carries out similar projects in cooperation with the regional government for several years.

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