Mobile Internet Everywhere in a Country
Broadband access to Internet is key for development, and mobile telephony seems the optimal way of making Internet available everywhere.
Monday, July 13, 2009
The upcoming opening of the Costa Rica telecommunications market could bring massive broadband access to the Internet, without relying on a physical cable, through third and fourth generation mobile telephony.
The only countries in America where mobile phone prices are still regulated are El Salvador and Costa Rica. It is no coincidence that these countries are among the last in the rankings for speed of mobile internet services.
Communications currently being the engine of development, Latin America is moving at low speeds in a vehicle that is too costly.
America Movil, Claro's parent company, is investing in the development and delivery of broadband services.
President Chinchilla introduced the "Digital Social Agreement", which promises broadband "solidarity", connectivity and digital technologies for education and the strengthening of the Digital Government.
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