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Company begins selling Channel 7 cell lines on Wednesday

Submitted by on June 15, 2011 – 10:31 amNo Comment | 962 views

Company begins selling Channel 7 cell lines on Wednesday

Tuyo Mobile, the cellphone company of Channel 7, began to market the services on Wednesday.

This is the first virtual mobile operator in partnership with the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) seeks to expand the market supply.

A virtual mobile operator is a company that has a concession but no spectrum or a network, can provide services through the platform of another carrier. To do so, establish contracts with the owners of networks, in this case to ICE. Costa RicaWhat is negotiated in these agreements is the exploitation of a number of airtime minutes or virtual operator sold under its own brand and strategy. Costa Rica newsFor now, Tuyo Mobile will focus on selling mobile connections prepago.Los users can buy the prepaid PIN for the amount you want or kits that also include the phone.

Terminals are available from Samsung and Motorola brands in the GSM and 3G technologies.

The handset prices range from ¢ 19,777, the most basic, up to ¢ 354,777.

The company has a commercial on Channel 7, Savannah West. The services also are available in stores across the country Gollo supermarkets and Walmart.

The cost per minute is 34 ¢ to 28 ¢ fee in full and reduced hours. Text messages, audio or photos are priced at 1.70 ¢ each.  Costa Rica

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