Since the beginning of the war, Datagroup-Volia was one of the first companies to implement a program to connect civilian shelters and bomb shelters to the free Internet. Two months later, the company reports that more than 400 bomb shelters across the country and 74 shelters in Rivne have been connected to high-speed communications.
Also in Rivne, several humanitarian centers for internally displaced persons are connected to the free Internet.
"Rivne region is very close to the border with Belarus, from the territory of which there are frequent rocket attacks on our cities. Also, this city has become a temporary home for a large number of refugees from other parts of the country. That is why, at this difficult time, our company has set itself the task of providing quality communication to the residents of Rivne region, who are forced to hide from enemy shelling in the nearby shelters. To date, we have connected 74 such facilities in Rivne and we are not going to stop there. We hope that this contribution, along with other things our company does, will bring us closer to victory. Which we definitely believe in, ”the company said.
So we remind. If you are in Rivne or region and do not have access to the Internet in your repository. You need to contact [email protected]. Volia specialists will assess the technical feasibility and come to you as soon as the situation in your area allows.
We encourage everyone! Do not ignore air alarms. It can save your life. Go down to the bomb shelters and basements. And Datagroup-Volia will do its best to keep you connected.
Everything will be Ukraine!