Yellow Pages opens Call Center in Guatemala

Publish / Yellow Pages set up a Call Center for listing companies and stores.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


With the service, which will function by dialing 1787, the company will diversify to become a multimedia communication media, by adding this service to and to the printed telephone directory.

According to the article in "The company, which is a part of the Carvajal Group, is betting on becoming a multimedia communication media, seeking to facilitate companies in the country, according to the General Manager for Guatemala and El Salvador, Ruth Myriam Fajardo de Espinel."

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Racsa will offer its yellow pages information service via text messaging.

The project is jointly developed by state-owned
telecommunications companies Racsa and ICE.

Óscar Chacón, who heads the yellow pages project, told "ICE will develop the database infrastructure and Racsa will develop the required applications".

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