Mexican regulator adds MVNOs to mobile price comparison site

Monday 17 August 2015 | 14:18 CET | News
Mexican telecoms regulator IFT announced an expansion of the information included in its mobile price comparison service. For postpaid plans from the major network operators, it now offers details on the early termination fees charged. The service also includes information now on prepaid MVNOs in the market, including Virgin Mobile, Cierto, Maz Tiempo and Qbocel. Consumers can compare their offers according to price per minute, SMS and additional packages. The comparison service is available from the IFT's website and also includes user comments and reviews. 

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