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Most of the funds will go towards one of Pai's larger priorities: lighting up grids in rural or low-connectivity areas. Those happen to occur heavily in storm-affected regions.
Best Buy reopened in its first location of the three it has. San Juan has not been the same since Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
New network spectrum and a big canvas to brush it on. For a time, there was a debate about how to reboot Puerto Rico's power grid. This is different.
Internet from balloons is getting around to AT&T and T-Mobile customers on Puerto Rico as the recovery from two powerful hurricane continues.
AT&T has already been distributing its service through balloons high above the island through Project Loon's special signal.
Alphabet is providing the "towers," AT&T is providing the service and Apple is providing the capable for iPhones to connect better on the storm-torn island.
The balloon-based cellular transmission project from Google parent Alphabet will deliver 900MHz service in partnership with local carriers.
The United States territories will get up to 7 months of high-cost infrastructure with the option for longer if the FCC deems it necessary.
Customers wishing to contact unreachable loved ones on Puerto Rico can use these services to at least line a text up to send once service is restored.
Upgraded MIMO technology, signal amplification and calls over LTE and Wi-Fi are on their way to Latin America with the help of Samsung.
Banco Popular cardholders can sign up for Samsung Pay if they have a Galaxy S6 or newer device on AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint or Claro.