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Mexican rural community creates own mobile network

Tuesday 20 August 2013 | 08:24 CET | News
The Mexican rural community of Talea de Castro, State of Oaxaca, has set up its own mobile network, dubbed Red Celular de Talea (RCT) (Talea Mobile Network). Domestic operators in Mexico refused to extend their mobile networks to the rural community of Talea, on grounds that it was not profitable, AFP reports. RCT users can make local and global calls and send SMS. The community has its own mobile infrastructure, including billing and management of the network on their own.

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