Telcel compensates users affected by Hurricane Odile

Monday 22 September 2014 | 19:53 CET | News
Mexican mobile operator Telcel will compensate with MXN 75 to the 725,000 prepaid customers affected by Hurricane Odile, in Baja California state, El Financiero reports. The telco also said that it would give 100 free minutes to all affected postpaid subscribers. Hurricane Odile hit the Mexican coast last week. Telcel is fully owned by Mexican telecoms firm America Movil.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telcel
Countries: Mexico
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