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Bolivian mobile operators launch public safety campaign

Sunday 18 October 2015 | 20:47 CET | News
Bolivian mobile operators and the GSMA have launched the 'We Care Bolivia' initiative that seeks to provide tools to protect mobile users and the general population across the country. Entel, Nuevatel Viva and Tigo will work together to develop an awareness campaign for mobile users on public safety and safe use of mobile services. The initiative has the support of Bolivia's Vice Minister of Telecommunications and the Telecommunications Regulation Authority (ATT). This campaign aims to raise awareness among Bolivian consumers about safer mobile experiences and guide them towards those

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Entel Bolivia / GSMA-India / Tigo Bolivia / Viva
Countries: Bolivia
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