Honduras to purchase software to block stolen mobile phones

Monday 24 March 2014 | 21:48 CET | News
The Honduran government will start the acquisition process on 27 March of software that will block mobile phones that have been stolen, preventing not only their use but also their resale on the black market, reports La Tribuna. Users will have to report when they are victims of theft so that their mobile phone is blocked and unusable. According to the president of the National Telecommunications Commission (Conatel), Ricardo Cardona, the three mobile phone companies operating in the country are willing to cooperate by implement the 'Blacklist' project. The GSMA will bring over the technology

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GSMA-India
Countries: Honduras
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