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Movil Falabella reaches 80 sales points in Chile

Monday 11 November 2013 | 13:19 CET | News
Chilean MVNO Movil Falabella announced that it completed the opening of 80 sales points in Chile, reports Diario Financiero. According to the company's general manager Jose Miguel Torres, besides the existing promotional offers, Movil Falabella has introduced the "controlled top-up," which functions based on weekly or monthly automatic payment with the CMR Falabella card.

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