The Time Has Come for IP Technology

More mobility and lower operating costs: The interaction between computers and telephone services has matured and the entry costs are accessible.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The important thing is that when the return on investment is taken into account, opting for IP technology for communications is a decision increasingly favored in companies. That return on investment is not only in lower operating costs than those of telephone exchange services, but also in higher productivity.

Sara Flores of Mercados & Tendencias wrote in her article in Revistmyt.com, "In its infancy, VoIP technology may have been seen by some as unachievable. However, as tools were developed to lower the company budget, it began to gain converts."



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Tender for IPTV and VOIP Solutions for $3.3 million

August 2012

The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad is inviting bids for solutions for quality and experience of its IPTV, VOIP, and Mobile Services.

The state run Costa Rican Electricity company, known as ICE, located in San Jose and with the legal identity No. 4-000-042139-02, is inviting bidders to participate in Tender No.

Lower Telephony Rates in El Salvador

April 2010

Fixed residential telephony will drop 26% and the minimum rate for post-paid landlines will be $6.94.

The cost of calling from a landline to a mobile one will drop $0.02, from $0.26 to $0.24.

From Laprensagrafica.com: “The decree also sets at $0.09 the termination cost in either mobile or fixed networks. ‘Users may not be charged above the maximum fee for any extra air time or network usage’ reads the decree”.

BT Signs Alliance with TecApro

October 2009

Under the agreement, TecApro will resell BT's global services portfolio.

TecApro was certified as Gold Member of BT Alliance. This will foster the sale of BT services in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.

"BT Alliance Partner Programme enables IT companies and network solutions providers to resell BT's global services portfolio", informed website ITNow.

VoIP Card for Travelers

October 2009

Costa Rican company Intertel launched a VoIP card intended for travelers, dubbed "Traveler".

Francisco Guardia, Intertel's president, considers that the main benefit of the card is its price. With it, users can call to Costa Rica from United States, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Chile.

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