Digicel to invest $350 million in Honduras
The Irish company Digicel plans to enter the Honduran market in December, and has announced that it will invest 350 million dollars in its first year of operations.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
The investment will be divided among development and network infrastructure, telecommunications equipment, and the introduction of the brand, channels and terminals.
The cellular telephone company Digicel Group de Honduras has signed a contract with Ericsson to provide GSM/EDGE services.
Ericsson has been awarded a GSM/EDGE contract by Digicel Group, making Ericsson the preferred supplier for Digicel's operations in the Caribbean, El Salvador and now in Honduras.
The immanent opening of the telecommunications market has led the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) to design a strategy to compete with multinational companies that arrive in the country.
A new stumbling block has triggered anxiety in users who urgently need the new advanced technology. Authorities note the stage of projects for improving connectivity.
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