Nicaragua Expands Numbers in Telephone Network

On April 22, landline and cellular numbers in the telephone network will have eight digits.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Beginning at midnight on April 22, landlines will add a two and cell phones an eight before the current number.

Victor Garcia, Director of Regulation and Interconnection for Claro Enitel (owned by América Móvil), told The Prensa.com.ni: "At no time will the changes affect the economy of the users of the sector, instead the benefits are more extensive because there will now be a more modern network with services such as Internet and satellite tracking through GPS, among others. The idea is to grow as the region does so that our services are competitive."

More on this topic

Guatemala: Fixed Lines Growing Faster Than Cell Phone Lines

January 2017

Between December 2015 and June 2016 the number of fixed telephone lines grew by 40%, while the number of mobile lines grew by only 3% in the same period.

Figures from the Superintendency of Telecommunications in Guatemala show that the number of fixed telephones lines went from 1,710,000 in December 2015 to 2,400,000 in June last year, while the total number of mobile lines increased from 18.1 million to 18.6 million.

Guatemala: Phone Lines Returned to State

December 2014

In response to approval of a new tax of $0.65 per telephone line, operating companies have returned 6 million lines to the Telecommunications Superintendency.

Representatives from Claro, Tigo and Telefónica each returned 2 million inactive numbers with the aim of adjusting their internal policies to adapt to the new tax which will come into effect next year.

Panama: $2.2 Billion in Broadband and Paid TV

June 2010

A report by Signals Telecom Consulting indicates that in 2015, Panamanian telecoms will sell $2.2 billion in broadband and paid TV services.

According to the study, the broadband competition currently revolves around providing higher access speeds.

“Cable & Wireless and Cable Onda are the largest competitors in fixed services.

Lower Telephony Rates in El Salvador

April 2010

Fixed residential telephony will drop 26% and the minimum rate for post-paid landlines will be $6.94.

The cost of calling from a landline to a mobile one will drop $0.02, from $0.26 to $0.24.

From Laprensagrafica.com: “The decree also sets at $0.09 the termination cost in either mobile or fixed networks. ‘Users may not be charged above the maximum fee for any extra air time or network usage’ reads the decree”.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Information & Communication Technologies

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones


Partner needed for financing/construction in Punta Leona, CR

I have six building lots in the Punta Leona Resort ready for construction. I am looking for a partner to provide financing and or construction.
Wanted partner for financing and/ or construction in the...

Stock Indexes

(Apr 21)
Dow Jones
-0.15%
S&P 500
-0.30%
Nasdaq
-0.11%

Commodities

(Apr 21)
Brent Crude Oil
52.440
Coffee "C"
132.90
Gold
1,284
Silver
17.905