Latest Telecoms News about Costa Rica

Intel Cutting 1,500 Jobs at its Costa Rica factories

  Chipmaker, Intel has is to cut 1,500 jobs in Costa Rica and shift the production work to Asia as a cost cutting measure....

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Costa Rican Court Blocks Regulator From Closing Wireless ISP

  A Costa Rica based wireless ISP has secured a court order delaying the regulator's plans to suspend the company's operations....

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Ingram Micro Hires 300 Costa Rican to Repair Mobile Phones

  Consumer electronics distributor, Ingram Micro has announced the opening of a new facility in Costa Rica, creating some 300 local jobs....

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Costa Rican Regulator to Monitor Networks Performance

  Costa Rica's telecoms regulator, Sutel, has selected Aircom's Asset tool to analyse and benchmark the performance of the country's mobile network infrastructure....

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Costa Rican Networks Sign Up Half a Million Customers

  The two new mobile networks in Costa Rica have signed up around 500,000 customers since they launched last December....

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Telefonica and Claro Spice up Costa Rican Telecom Market

  State-owned ICE faces important challenges and opportunities as a result of the recent liberalization and entry of new competitors into Costa Rica's mobile market, ...

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Alcatel-Lucent Wins Request to Transfer Bribery Case to Costa Rica

  An appeal by Alcatel-Lucent to move a bribery court case from the USA to Costa Rica has been upheld by the Circuit Court in Miami, against the wishes of Costa Rica's Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE)....

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Costa Rica's ICE Looks for Overseas Growth as Competition Looms

  Costa Rica's former monopoly mobile network operator, Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) says that it will look to expand overseas as it faces competition in its home market for the first time later this year...

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Telefonica and America Movil Granted Mobile Licenses in Costa Rica

  Costa Rica's monopoly for mobile phone services held by the state-owned Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) has been broken after the regulator finally awarded mobile licenses to Telefonica and America Movil. ...

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Alcatel-Lucent Pays $137 Million to Settle Bribery Lawsuits

  Alcatel-Lucent has settled a long-running bribery case with the USA's Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice....

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