Claro Increases Panamanian Coverage
Since beginning operations in March, the company has achieved 85% coverage nationwide.
Friday, May 22, 2009
The director of Claro Panama, Oscar Augusto Borda, said the company is looking to serve everyone through very competitive plans.
The company, through its Claro brand, announced investment in infrastructure, retail outlets and health care centers.
Ireland-based Digicel and Claro, a unit of Mexico's América Móvil, signed contracts for the provision of wireless service in Panama, where their concessions oblige them to install four radio bases.
Claro and Movistar are bringing forward their plans to grow putting the state run ICE, until recently a monopoly, under pressure.
There are now more cell phone subscribers than inhabitants in Panama.
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