March 24, 2015
The telecommunications market in Latin America is difficult and very competitive, and the cellular market is even more so. Colombia does not escape this reality. The term “competition” can be changed to a more radical one: Fight. And this is what is currently happening in the South American nation. An old fight, which now has a new episode. Asymmetric charges are again the reason. The accusations go from side to side; from company to company, and their tenors have long ceased to be chivalrous.
Tigo and Movistar assure that Claro does not comply with current regulations. Sure, of course, you deny the accusations and point out your competitors of lying.
What are asymmetric charges?
Keep reading: The confrontation of the cell phone market in Colombia – CIOAL The Standard IT.
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