Mexican operators to fight abuse by Telmex-Telcel

Wednesday 9 March 2011 | 09:50 CET | News
Mexican operator Marcatel has launched an initiative "to stop the abuse of Telmex-Telcel", the company said in a statement. Marcatel's statement is signed by 23 other telecoms operators on the Mexican market, including Axtel-Avantel, Bestel, Cablemas, Cablevision, Cablevision de Apatzingan, Cablevision de Jiquilpan, Cosmored, Grupo Matsa, Iusacell, MegaCable, Nextel de Mexico, Sky, Telecab, Telecable, Telecable de el Grullo, Telecable de Tierra Caliente, Television de Teocaltiche, Television Internacional (TVI), Total Play, Tv Cable Central Mexicano, Tv Uruapan, Unefon, and Videocable. In

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Categories: General
Companies: Axtel / Cablemas / Cablevision / Iusacell / Marcatel / Megacable / Sprint Nextel / Telcel / Telecable / Telmex / Unefon
Countries: Mexico
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