How to facilitate the access to knowledge and the web for everyone, overcoming information asymmetries and the digital gap?
15% of the population has never used the internet
28% of the population has never used the internet
60% of disadvantaged people use the internet
52% of disadvantaged people use the internet
75% of the population regularly uses the internet
63% of the population regularly uses the internet
Against this backdrop, institutions and technology companies are co-operating to guarantee all of us the right to digital citizenship and achieve the goals concerning digital connectivity and literacy set out in national and international digital agendas.
It is possible to bridge the digital divide by:
For TIM, being an investment-focused company means pledging up to 12 billion euros over the next 3 years to help Italy grow-including over 4.5 billion for fibre-optic network and 4G.
In October 2016 56% of Italian households was served by fibre-optic infrastructure and 95% of the population by the 4G network. We aim to close 2016 with around 60% fibre coverage and over 96% in 4G. The numbers for 2017 will be, respectively, around 80% and 98%.
2015 Next Generation Access Network Infrastructure
million km of fibre-optic
and transport network
stations to provide
number of active
63.2 mln mobile lines
1st mobile carrier in Brazil in terms of 4G coverage
66% of the urban population served
676 cities served by 4G
Up to 14 bln reais of investments in 2016-18
We can promote innovation and a country’s progress through strong schools and by disseminating culture. In keeping with this vision, we are contributing to initiatives promoting digital literacy.