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Nextel Mexico to invest USD 220 mln in network infra in 2014

Tuesday 16 December 2014 | 18:43 CET | News
Nextel Mexico plans to invest a total of USD 220 million in network infrastructure next year, CNNExpansion reports, citing the company's president Salvador Alvarez. The telco also aims to invest USD 185 million in network infrastructure and USD 45 million next year to expand LTE coverage across the country, according to the report. Nextel Mexico, owned by Latin American operator NII Holdings, currently has over 2.8 million subscribers.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nextel Mexico
Countries: Mexico
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