Telefonica Will Invest $ 15 Million in El Salvador

Next year the company will invest in modernizing its IT systems.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


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The requested budget for 2011 by Telefonica El Salvador to its parent company is $ 30 million. Hernán Ozon, director of Telefónica El Salvador, thinks it will be difficult to get the entire amount approved.

If the $ 30 million is approved, the surplus would be used to improve coverage.

According to Ozón "the company also wants to promote a greater internet market penetration in the country. We are an operator wanting to concentrate on the mobile business, either through added services or mobile internet service," reported La Prensa Gráfica.

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