Costa Rica finally opens its doors to telecoms investment

The telecommunications monopoly that the government's Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) exercised for five decades has finally been overthrown.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

The necessary changes to the telecommunications law were put into effect by publication in the official daily, La Gaceta.
Leading companies in wireless telephony and Internet are poised to enter the new market. They include Carlos Slim's América Móvil, Spain's Telefónica, and Ireland-based Digicel.

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