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Posted by ninjagrr
Nov 25 2009

These are things that are in the “map of insecurity” De Narvaez. Some are worn, and unfortunately not. All are compiled http://elmapadelcolo.blogspot.com When you look at this map of saturated flechette Capital Federal … … Do not you get the impression that living in La Matanza be more reassur ‘MORTAL: Very lonely and sad in this world left the final question is: In addition to reporting the places where they sell faso … Telcel is currently a mobile phone infrastructure that operates throughout Mexico. Telcel, had in 1990 with 35 thousand users, or cell lines in 1992 were 146 thousand users in 1994, 306 thousand users in a thousand users in 1997 ended the year with one million one hundred thousand customers in 1998 reached two million 110 thousand users until December 1999 there were 5 million 200 thousand customers. The explosive growth has been taking close 2000 with 10 million 500 thousand 2001 with 16 million 900 thousand. By 2002 Telcel launches GSM network in Mexico, setting the tone for what will be the third-generation services. Telcel is the first company in Mexico to launch this technology, already used in more developed countries of the world.
Today, Telcel holds concessions to operate in the nine regions of Mexico, covering over 200 thousand people in the country, through its 3G/UMTS network technologies at 850 MHz and GSM 1900 Mhz. La banda 800 Mhz TDMA will be phased off, as it is the minimum number of users who currently have this banda. 3G/UMTS technology provides links to Telcel for mobile broadband for up to 1.5 Mbps per second, video service, live television and video streaming. It also provides sale of music through Ideas Music Store and also has the largest network of technology across all its brands of mobile phones such as Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Skyzen, LG, Samsung, Zonda Telecom, Huawei, Palm, etc. .

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