From Sunday 17 October mobile telephony users must necessarily choose to a service provider of international telephone the Agency Supervisor of the private investment in telecommunications (Osiptel) indicates that already the authorizations are being taken so that long-distance operators to provide this new service. Their spokesmen revealed to this newspaper that Americatel is the first to close interconnection agreements with three firms that offer mobile services. In Americatel confirmed this version. We are ready to go out with our commercial offer, which will involve a significant reduction in rates of segment LDI international long distance, said Nino Boggio, Manager of institutional relations of the company. Meanwhile, spokesmen for the cellular companies indicated that, on average, the reduction of the cost of these calls for users will be 40%. OPERATORS in Osiptel assert that those who are also applying agreements with mobile companies are Telmex (still at stage of) formal merger with America Movil), Convergia and RTD. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Kaihan Krippendorff . Spokesmen for Movistar and Nextel confirmed such requests.
Today, all calls abroad from a mobile phone is made with the same operator that provides the local mobile service. From Sunday 17, mobile phone users must necessarily choose an international telephony service provider. The selection will be done by prepending the 19 code followed by a number fixed for each operator, which apply even to use prepaid cards. Now you only have to look for the best prices for international calls to countries like argentina or colombia. Will my nextel sprint with my sim card work on unlock Iphone? TopOneMusic Windows Mobile(Windows Phone) Android iPhone Blog Audio Drivers for Compaq Presario CQ40 Ultimate Laptop Drivers, Laptop Reviews & Laptop Specs Resource Laptopdrivers.net What s the best Sprint/Nextel phone out right now? Smartphones Cleveland Ldi Golf Guys several countries ask UN for the exercise of the right of the Sahrawi people to self-determination Sahara Today