Telefónica will be in Costa Rica by 2009
"Costa Rica and Telefónica will be united in the future," stated from the beginning of the conversation EF Humberto Pato-Vinuesa, CEO of Telefónica for Central America.
Monday, October 20, 2008
The Spaniards are going into action and estimate that they will be operationg in 2009, and could possibly start to offer cellular services in the second semester.
Costa Rica is next on the list for Digicel, telecommunications provider in Central America.
Since the formal break up of the monopoly held by the state communications firm, ICE, the number of allocated cell lines has grown from 3.9 to 5.3 million.
The Costa Rican Electricity Institute agreed to release 4 radio frequencies to be used by competitors in the cellular telephone market.
President of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias Sanchez "welcomes" the Spanish company to invest in telecommunications.
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