ICE to offer celular lines with telephone in Costa Rica
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.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
The state institute plans to meet the challenge by offering the same services as their competitors even before they arrive.
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.
Costa Rica has no pre-paid system for cellphones, and that can't be right, Carlos Dalton writes in La República. Not only is pre-paid service one of the best businesses in telephony, it also provides solidarity with the most needy members of society.
The telecommunications transnational is interested in operating in Costa Rica and it could invest $400 million in infrastructure.
Costa Rica's cellphone market was officially opened to competition, and multinationals are lining up to go into battle with the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) which has held a monopoly so far.
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