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Argentina is set to become the first country to launch an active network, as the country’s public-private network Nfhs is expected to be rolled out over the next three months. 

A joint venture between Argentina’s Public Service Networks (PSN) and the Nfh Foundation, the Argentine public-to-private Nfhl network will allow residents of Argentina’s provinces and municipalities to use their smartphones to access the local government network, the countrys Public Service Network (PSNP).

“It’s an exciting time to be in Argentina.

Our government is taking a serious step forward,” Argentine Prime Minister Mauricio Macri said at a ceremony in Buenos Aires on Tuesday. 

“This is an important step in creating a new network in the country.”

The announcement comes after Argentina’s government announced a network of more than 1,000 mobile hotspots, with an estimated 500,000 users by the end of this year.

“The aim is to establish a national network of at least 1,500 mobile hotspot networks,” said PSNP’s Executive Director, Federico Mello.

“The aim for this network is to provide citizens and residents with a seamless and easy access to their daily lives, while enabling them to connect to public services in the public interest.”

“The network will be operated by private companies, such as Google, and will have access to the public telecommunications networks in Argentina,” he said.

The network of 1,600 hotspots is expected be operational in Argentina by the summer of 2018.

Why Netflix will likely go down after Amazon moves to block it

In the near future, Netflix will no longer be able to access its service on Amazon’s network, and Amazon has moved to block all other competitors.

Netflix has been in talks with Amazon over the last couple of weeks about whether it can continue to offer its streaming service to Amazon Prime members and subscribers.

While Amazon is willing to talk, Netflix has also indicated that it will be willing to go down.

Netflix, which has been selling millions of videos each month since it launched in 2011, has been losing subscribers at an alarming rate.

Amazon’s move to block Netflix is likely a way for Netflix to regain its footing.

The streaming service lost nearly 40 million subscribers in the first quarter of this year, which was down more than half from the same period a year ago.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings recently said that the company would be able get back to the 100 million subscribers it had by 2020.

But Netflix hasn’t been able to gain much traction with customers in the last two years, and Hastings acknowledged that he thinks Netflix has a lot of work to do to win over new customers.

“We’re not where we need to be right now, but we’ve got a long way to go,” Hastings said in a recent interview with CNBC.

“Our growth rate is way down, and we have to do something else to get there.”

Netflix also recently reported that it lost about 1.3 million subscribers last quarter, a decline of more than 40 percent from the previous year.

Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services in the United States, and it has more than 100 million users.

The company also has been able in the past to secure exclusive content deals with some of the biggest studios, including Warner Bros. and Disney.

But Hastings said Netflix has “to get the big studios to do the same deals” as it does now.

‘The Biggest Week Ever’: NFL-NFLE ratings drop by 3% in week one

The NFL has lost 3% of its TV audience during Week 1, the league announced Friday.

In the week to Dec. 4, the average viewership of NFL games dropped to 2.6 million, according to Nielsen data.

The NFL has already lost about 2 million viewers during the season, according a report from ESPN.

The average viewership for the week was 3.1 million.

The NFL lost a net 3 million viewers this season.