The manager of the Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (Entel), Oscar Coca, announced that from next April the “LTE” technology will be integrated to its network of Fourth Generation (4G) in order to increase six megabits per second of speed browsing.
He explained that to surf with the new 4G “LTE” technology, Entel customers must access the home internet or having a compatible mobile device to the new service, however he clarified today that almost all smartphones on the market have the capacity to support the technology.
“The important thing is that in 60% lower on average prices, ie, from April, Entel is in the possibility of offering more speed at less price, thanks to this LTE technology,” said Oscar Coca.
In that regard ratified that from April the company will also lower the cost of Home Internet service: the first packet drop from 230 bolivianos to 195 for the service of a megabit, two megabits cost reduced from 780-240 bolivianos, three megabits will lower 1100-299 of Bolivians and five megabits be reduced from 2300 to 450 bolivianos.
Entel scheduled for this year that more than $300 million in the expansion and modernization of its investment services. In 2013 the company has executed over $100 million, 106% more than projected at the beginning of that effort.
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