Tricom doubles internet speed at no extra cost

Monday 7 October 2013 | 22:47 CET | News
Dominican Republic operator Tricom has announced it will double the contracted speed of its broadband plans at no additional cost to customers who sign up for the more expensive plans or the Telecable Max HD service. The initiative allows customers to save up to 50 percent on the price of residential internet services. So, a household that has a 2 Mbps contract will see the speed rise to 4 Mbps, at a price of DOP 995 per month. Until now, the price for the 4 Mbps service has been DOP 2200. The benefit is extended to all customers who have contracted internet plans from 2 Mbps to 10 Mbps, as

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Telecable / Tricom
Countries: Dominican Republic
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