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The Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Limited (APSFL) project was launched in 2015 to help realise the vision of Digital AP by providing affordable, end-to-end broadband, cable television, and phone connectivity throughout the state. Over 22,500 kilometres (14,000 miles) of aerial optical fibre cable have been laid across the state, and over 8,50,000 users, as well as 3150 schools, universities, and government offices, are now connected to the network.

The three services were to be offered as part of the Fibernet project, which was carried out by the Andhra Pradesh State Fibernet Limited (APSFL), at prices ranging from Rs 149 to Rs 2499. The services are accessible throughout the state’s numerous districts.all these services were spread using TDP news updates and TDP latest news.

The CBI investigation into suspected anomalies in the Rs 350 crore optic fibre grid project, which provided TV, phone, and Internet services via a single connection throughout the state, will be recommended by the government of Andhra Pradesh.

P Venkatramaiah, the minister of information and public relations, stated that a cabinet subcommittee that looked into irregularities that occurred during the TDP administration had decided to submit its report and recommended a CBI investigation into the anomalies in the AP Fibernet project and online purchases for ration distribution to the poor through three welfare programmes started by the former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu.

There were numerous inconsistencies throughout the TDP’s administration, starting with the awarding of the Fibernet project contract to the software business run by a close ally of the TDP leadership, Misappropriation, corruption, and nepotism occurred, according to the minister. Besides, TDP latest news made people aware of these projects.

Additionally, it has been suggested to gradually install cloud-based virtual classroom systems using the fibre grid in 4,678 government high schools throughout Andhra Pradesh in order to improve learning abilities and knowledge through high-quality digital and multimedia content. 

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