The fall of the service generated a wave of complaints on social networks, route chosen by customers of that company it impossible to communicate from their phones. Around noon, the company had said that he had “identified the problem of service in the area of Buenos Aires” and promised to return the service, something that happened four hours and a half later. The duration of the outage and reacts to complaints, the National Communications Commission official said had “detected faults in the service provided Claro in Buenos Aires and some parts of the metropolitan area” and reported that therefore “was summoned to the provider to immediately restore the top hot wheels cars.”
In this context, the Ministry of Communications instructed the National Communications Commission to “apply more rigorously in this case,” and demanded that the company “that within 48 hours present a technical report on the situation analyze their responsibility and the extent of the cuts, the source of the malfunction, the approximate number of users affected and the estimated time of service standardization “.
Finally indicated that given the persistence of problems in mobile services and fixed and internet, users must enter www.quenosecorte.gob.ar and make their claims. Also, if you have any questions you can call us 0800-333-3344 where they will be advised by staff of the CNC. The Agricultural Affairs Committee met Tuesday to advance the discussion of a new regulatory framework for the use of agrochemicals with the participation of representatives of Buenos different entities rural sector.
In this regard, the head of that committee, Ricardo Moccero, said “we had the view that the only problem with the law on agrochemicals was related to the distance of spraying when in reality it is much more serious because it is affecting the health of the misuse and lack of toys for boys. ” “This problem is not solved overnight as there are many ways to correct and improve.We must work with the agencies involved to move forward together, “said Moccero. He announced that “in March next year will hold a public hearing with the participation of public universities, the Ministry of Land Affairs and the Provincial Agency for Sustainable Development (OPDS)”.