European Commission approves 200 million Euro to support broadband access for low-income Italian families.

 A €200 million voucher scheme aimed at helping low-income Italian families access high-speed broadband has been approved by the European Commission and this facility is expected to reduce Italy’s digital divide.Vouchers for the purchasing of broadband service 30 Megabits per second (Mbps) and higher from any provider they choose along with hardware like a tablet or personal computer to enable remote work and access to online education as well as available public or business services.