Movistar and Ericsson: Alliance for Central America

The companies announced that they will attack together some segments of the Central American market.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

According to Ericsson's Phone Account manager, Mats Malmstrom, the company "expects an expansion of its Central and Latin American portfolio in 2009, in association with corporations such as Movistar, and offering solutions to users of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) ".

The Swedish telecommunications equipment maker Ericcson plans to enter the Central American broadband Internet television market...

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