Mexico City Enters Guinness World Records: Has the World’s Largest Internet Network

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In the Guinness Book of World Records you can now see Mexico City to figure out its name as it has the largest internet connection network in the world.

Mexico City, the capital of a country of 128 million people, is the largest Internet network in the world, thanks to the many public and free wifi access points, as announced yesterday, Wednesday (10/11), the logbook global Guinness record.

The certificate was officially given to the mayor of the Mexican capital, Claudia Seinbaum, who may become the first female president in the history of the country in 2024., according to many analysts.

Mexico City, which has a population of 9.2 million, has 21,500 hotspots that are public and free, Guinness World Records spokesman Carlos Tapia said at a ceremony held at the site of the Angel. Independence, the famous monument of independence in the heart of the Mexican capital.

This distinction rewards the political “right to internet for everyone, “Seinbaum was quoted as saying by the Athens News Agency, referring to poor families who have no subscription at home.

Mexico has 55 million poor people

Mexico, the 15th largest economy in the world, has 55 million poor (43.9% of its population), 3.8 million more than in 2018, according to a recent study by the National Council for the Evaluation of Social Development Policy (Coneval). This investigation is being challenged by the government.

A member of Morena’s ruling party, Seinbaum is considered the successor to President Andrés Manuel Lπpez Obrador, according to many political columnists.

In Mexico, the connection points are mainly on public transport. Connections are sometimes overloaded.

When the new coronavirus pandemic was at its peak, students were able to attend their online classes thanks to free wifi from March 2020 to September 2021.

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