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Entel Bolivia to launch FTTH-based triple-play offer

Friday 3 February 2017 | 14:09 CET | News
Bolivian state-owned operator Entel has announced plans to offer its first triple-play plan incorporating pay-TV, mobile telephony and FTTH-based broadband starting in March. The company has invested over USD 700 million to roll out fibre-optic technology and will more than triple the current maximum broadband speed from 12 Mbps to 50 Mbps from next month. Entel CEO Oscar Coca told local daily El Deber that the company intends to expand its FTTH network to 250,000 premises by the end of the year and will also offer the lowest prices in the market when the triple-play pack is launched.

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