Hondutel CEO claims strong mobile growth despite competition

January 14, 2009 at 17:16 Leave a comment

The mobile arm of Honduran national PTO Hondutel is making headway in the sector despite intense local competition, says company CEO Jorge Alberto Rosa, as reported by BNamericas quoting an interview with local daily La Tribuna. ‘We continue to grow; in the area of Santa Rosa de Copan we are finishing the installation of new offices and we are ready to offer mobile telephony,’ the CEO said. Hondutel, through Honducel, launched mobile services in July 2007 but has reputedly struggled to flourish due to its solely urban coverage. The service, which is available in the capital Tegucigalpa as well as in San Pedro Sula, La Ceiba, Juticalpa, Catacamas and 200 other communities, has 80,000 users.

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Entry filed under: BNamericas, Honduras, Hondutel, Latin America, Mobile, Mobile Network Operator, Telecom, Wireless. Tags: , , , , .

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