TDMA network to be switched off today

14 Feb 2011

The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE), the monopoly provider of wireless services in Costa Rica, will switch off its legacy TDMA network today, despite the platform still registering some 9,000 users. Customers have been given a choice of switching to ICE’s 2G or 3G networks, on either a pre-paid or post-paid basis.

Costa Rica,Kolbi (Grupo ICE),

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