The multinational company will invest $20 million in 2010 to implement 3.5G technology.
This technology will enable the company to compete against Claro, who already offers this system.
"3.5G enables broadband data transfer in speeds up to 14 Mbps, supports video conferences and even digital television", reported Elsalvador.com. "This will be useful, for example, in corporate communications. It is already being used in Guatemala and Panama, explained Álvaro Molina, Manager at Telefónica".
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