Telefónica Launches Advanced Regional Service Network

Telefónica introduced the Advanced Regional Service Network which offers businesses in the region greater savings in call costs.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


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Prensalibre.com published: "Estuardo Olivares, regional director of ‘Grandes Empresas de Telefónica,’ explained that companies with offices outside Guatemala can integrate their fixed and mobile lines in Mexico, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Panama with the new service. Each user is given a private numbering plan that will facilitate dialing by assigning four or five digit numbers."

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