SmartTrust sponsors the Mobil VAS Forum in Panama

At the forum the company will demonstrate its mobil operators that can overcome the challenges of promoting add-on services to its client base, and alsohow to maximize the yield potential of each of its mobile subscribers.

Friday, April 18, 2008

SmartTrust, a global provider of solutions for management of SIM OTA and Mobile Device Management, will be the sponsor of the Mobile VAS Forum Panama, which takes place April 21-23 in Panama City.

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Telefónica Registers Trademark in Costa Rica

March 2011

The Spanish company began the process of registering its trademark in Costa Rica.

Telefónica, with extensive coverage in Latin America, began the process of registering its trademark in Costa Rica before the Industrial Property Registry.

Telefónica was awarded the third block of phone frequencies from the tender done by the Costa Rican government, the more attractive block because it requires less investment in infrastructure.

Spain's Indra boosts presence in Panama

May 2008

The Spanish information technology company Indra is reinforcing its presence in the region by establishing new offices in Panama as a base of operations for Central America and the Caribbean.

At present Indra has a presence in transport, energy, finance, security and public administration.

Costa Rica: Cellphone headaches for visitors

April 2008

Foreign visitors to Costa Rica have "absolutely no chance" of obtaining a temporary cellphone through official channels, according to Anabel Zumbado, client services manager of the Costa Rican Residents' Association.

Applications get bogged down in the red tape that surrounds Costa Rican migration procedures, and there are substantial delays in getting pre-paid services online.

Digicel sets December date for Honduras launch

April 2008

Ireland-based Digicel will launch operations of its GSM wireless service in Honduras this December, Digicel's owner, Dennis O'Brien announced.

O'Brien was speaking after a meeting with Honduran President Manuel Zelaya.
President Zelaya's press office confirmed that next week Digicel will next week meet its commitment to pay the US$80.1 million that was its winning bid in the auction of the nation's fourth cellular operating license.

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