GSMA launches consumer protection initiatives in Mexico

Tuesday 10 February 2015 | 09:52 CET | News
The GSMA announced a series of initiatives to protect mobile users throughout Mexico. Supported by the country's mobile operators Iusacell, Nextel, Telcel and Telefonica Movistar, the Mexican National Telecom Association (Anatel) and the country's regulator, the Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), these initiatives form part of the GSMA's 'We care' campaign. They aim to provide Mexican consumers with a safer, more supportive and sustainable mobile experience through industry programmes. The GSMA's 'We care' campaign focuses on protecting mobile users throughout Mexico with initiatives

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GSMA-India / Iusacell / Movistar / Nextel / Telcel / Telefonica
Countries: Mexico
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