Tigo launches third generation network in Guatemala
Tigo's new 3.5G network will provide high speed mobile internet access, video calls and TV on cellphones.
Friday, August 29, 2008
Even thought the first operator to launch their third generation network was Claro, which is own by the Mexican company America Movil, it only covers Guatemala City; meanwhile the network launched by Tigo, which is owned by the European firm Millicom Internacional Cellular (MIC), will have coverage in 65 cities, including 22 capitals of departments.
The Telefónica company will launch its 3.5G technology network in El Salvador in June.
All features of a computer that is connected to the internet are now available to Claro cellular customers.
Telefonica Movistar launch the first 3.5G network in Panama yesterday which will provide better mobile internet connection.
The multinational company will invest $20 million in 2010 to implement 3.5G technology.
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