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Nextel, Telcel receive most complaints in 2014

Monday 17 August 2015 | 17:33 CET | News
Mexico's Office of the Federal Prosecutor for the Consumer (Profeco) reported that Nextel and Telcel were the two telecom operators that received the most complaints in 2014, reports Cronica. The first received 6,191 complaints, while the second had 4,764 complaints. The list also includes Iusacell, in third position with 4,411 complaints, followed by Telmex (3,013) and Dish (1,744).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Iusacell / Nextel / Telcel / Telmex
Countries: Mexico
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