Guatemala: New Telephony Products

Company VNL & WorldGSM is marketing an antenna which offers basic telecommunication services at affordable prices

Tuesday, September 14, 2010


The friendly-sized product allows people to communicate from remote places, at low costs, indicated Anthony Varghese, sales manager.

The Hindu business is presenting the product to local distributors. got some comments from the company's sales manager on the new technology, "It iss an antenna that offers basic telecommunication services . It requires a low initial investment, consumes little energy, and can even be solar powered. It can be quickly installed, does not need air conditioning nor electric power, and offers phone services, text messaging and some WiFi services."

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The Costa Rican Electricity Institute will extend the coverage of its GSM network with 215 new radio bases.

Facing increased demand for GSM phone lines, the institute will buy new ones and make them available to consumers in July.

The decision to invest in GSM would be in response to little consumer interest for 3G devices and technology.

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