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TBNet operator targets expansion with free corporate internet for 2 months

With around 2,700 active points across the country, TBNet, the telecommunications operator of TecBan (which operates the Banco24Horas ATM network) offers two free months of internet services for companies. The company’s goal is to become the preferred provider in the corporate segment.

According to the company, its solution guarantees the best pricing of network usage for each need. Packages range from 3GB to 100GB; and TBNet arrives on site without the need for cables. For this, the company evaluates the most suitable operators to serve the customer and installs a dual chip modem to ensure that the network is always available.

The device selects the best connection for the location throughout the day based on technical criteria, in order to always provide the best signal. TBNet claims that its price is 30% less than hiring MPLS links — used by companies that need to have a reasonably constant internet speed (this also minimizes the risk of attacks and the need for recurring updates, as in a private VPN network).

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Most operators do this from a cable connection and the installation of the service, according to TBNet, can take up to 60 days with conventional providers. With the dual chip modem, the provider can do the process in just one day.

Emergency care and expansion

A contractual clause guarantees emergency assistance if the device fails. “We show the value of our service in an eventual interruption of the company’s current contract with another operator and we already have cases in which customers gave up the contracted solution to keep ours”, says Alexandre Coelho, Executive Manager of TBNet.

TBNet claims that it installs around 100 new internet points monthly. For 2022, the company plans to start the year with around 3,000 points installed. “Our offer is unique in the market. We see room to advance more and more in the country, especially in smaller cities”, says Coelho.

TBNet’s expansion effort is aligned with TecBan’s mission: to increase its national presence. Recently, the company reached 24 thousand installed ATMs. This puts it in third position worldwide in this segment.

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