The Government continues to provide free tablets

provide free tablets

Get tablets with no requirements and a dates for access to these devices.

The initial massive distribution of the equipment was conducted within the Province of Buenos Aires in recent days. The province was awash with tablets. handed out. What is the exact details of the free tablets program?

Recently an additional shipment of 4,000 tablets was delivered to those who are part who are part of the Connected With You Program.It is a program which is managed by the National Communications Entity ( Enacom ) and which distributes this devices for free to various segments that make up the populace.

As Enacom sources have confirmed to Infobae on Thursday, within the”objective” universe of the program, are the recipients of the Universal Child Allowance (AUH) and the holders of Progresar Scholarships retirementes, pensioners and monotributistas. They also stated that “people are not able to enroll to receive tablets, but it is made by signing agreements.”

On March 29, Enacom vice president Gustavo Lopez, and the Peronist national deputy Victoria Tolosa Paz led an event in La Plata in which they gave out 4,000 tablets to those who are those who are beneficiaries from the National Plan Connected With You the initiative to provide the accessibility of technology that aids in integration, insertion and social development by utilizing technology for information and communication.

Before a substantial amount of residents from the Platense Club of the Buenos Aires capital, Tolosa Paz and Lopez performed the first large-scale tablet distribution in the province of Buenos Aires.According to the deputy of the national government the tablets are aimed towards a population that is vulnerable “which is the group that president (Alberto Fernandez) would like to reach by subsidizing the rate, or by forcing companies that provide connectivity to care for the population, or by delivering the technology.

“People do not have the option of signing for the tablets, however this can be accomplished by signing contracts” (Enacom)

In addition, during the course of the same act the non-reimbursable donation of $117,542,803 was made to the Cooperativa Telefonica y de Electricidad de Abasto that will enable the installation of fiber optics in 14 popular communities in the western region in the La Plata district.

One-by-one Who can gain access

In accordance with Synthesized Resolution 448/2021 that was published by the Official Gazette, the recipients of the Connecting with You Program include the following:

A) The beneficiaries of Universal Child Allowance (AUH) and the Pregnancy Allowance and their children who are between 16 and 18 and those who are members of their household group (father/mother or spouse or partner).

B) Beneficiaries of non-contributory pensions who earn an income per month that is not more than the minimum vital and mobile Salaries (SMVM) and as in addition to their children aged between the ages of 16-18 years old.

C) Users who are registered and those who are registered under the Social Monotax Regime as well as their children who are between 16 to the age of 18.

d) Retired women and men pensioners and pensioners and employees in a dependency arrangement who are paid a gross amount lower than SMVM in addition to their children aged between 16 and 18 years old.

(e) Monotax workers registered in the category whose monthly income is less than two minimum vital and mobile Wages, and their children aged between 16 and 18 years old.

F) People who have unemployment insurance and their children aged between 16 to 18 years old.

G) Users covered by the Special Social Security Regime for employees of private houses (Law No. 26,844) and their children who are between 16 to 18 years of age.

H) Users who have received an award from Progresar’s program.

They are tablets targeted at an under-served population, “which is the population which the President would like to reach via the subsidised rate, or making connectivity providers provide this service or by delivering the equipment” (Tolosa Paz)

I) people who are not employed or working in the informal market or in the informal economy, and also their children who are between 16 to 18.

J) Social program beneficiaries and their children aged between 16-18 years old.

K) Clubs for town and neighborhood which are registered in compliance with the regulations in Law No. 27,098.

“l) Voluntary Firefighters Associations , defined in Law No. 25,054 as being first-tier entities, and recognized under the provisions of that Law.

People who are insured for unemployment and their children who are between 16 and 18 will be able to get the tablets

(m) Public Welfare Entities as defined under Law No. 27,218 are: simple associations, civil foundations and associations that are not directly or indirectly promote profit, and also non-profit community groups with municipal recognition who implement promotion programs and protection of rights, or perform direct social assistance services without charging the recipients for their services and must have a registered address by the National Centre for Community Organisations (CENOC).

N) Participants in Connect Equality Program. Connect Equality Program approved by Decree No. 459/2010 and its modifications.

C) Residents of neighborhoods that are popular, registered on the National Registry of Popular Neighborhoods (RENABAP) established in Decree No. 358/2017.

The delivery of devices

Municipal and provincial jurisdictions as well as civil associations, community networks, and other intermediary organizations must sign up with Enacom and ask for their number of equipment they require to supply.

From Enacom they assign tablets based on the availability of the equipment. After all devices are delivered the company must inform their website that they have no more units on the market. It is important to mention that every beneficiary will be given the tablet and will have to sign an adhesion agreement when they receive the tablet.

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