Panama: $15 Million in VoIP
The government will invest in Voice over Internet, in order to modernize telecommunications at state entities.
Friday, September 18, 2009
Currently in the stage of analysis, the project could be ready for the end of this year, reported Eduardo Jaén, Secretary of Government Innovation.
In Costa Rica the growing business is led by Tigo which has a 78% market share, Callmyway with 16%, Telecable with 5% and other companies with just 1%.
CallMyWay, a Costa Rican company, lanched an Internet Telephony Service (IP).
The company is awaiting authorities to assign the numbers in order to begin marketing.
Costa Rica’s state-owned electricity and telecommunications provider has interfaced its network with Ticom and CallMyWay, two telecom companies offering VOIP services.
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