$450 million for the launch of Digicel in Honduras

Leaders from Digicel reported that they have brought state of the art technology to Honduras, along with competitive rates, better signal and coverage in the country's 18 departments.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

"We are here to stay, we are happy to offer Honduras a new option in mobile services, with better signal, and the confidence to make their call with one try, without dropped calls," said the executive director of Digicel Honduras, Miguel Garcia, to the press.

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