Maxcom to invest USD45 million

10 Jun 2004

Mexican telco Maxcom is planning to pour USD45 million into enhancing its network infrastructure by the end of 2004, according to BNamericas. The funds will cover the addition of access equipment, as well as microwave and fibre-optic links, and will see the activation of around 7,500 subscriber lines across Mexico City, Querétaro and Puebla. Maxcom currently has approximately 200,000 lines covering those areas, of which 160,000 are live; these are split between residential customers (70%) and small and medium-sized businesses (30%). The telco is planning to add 8,000 new lines in 2005.

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