Intercable to launch fixed line service

14 Nov 2006

Venezuelan cable and internet provider Intercable plans to enter the fixed line telephony market on 15 November, writes BNamericas quoting local news agency MCB. The service will initially cover the Greater Caracas region, Valencia, Maracay, Barquisimeto and Maracaibo; Intercable plans to expand the service to twelve other cities in due course. Customers will be billed per-second for domestic or international calls, according to company president Eduardo Estigol, who said that local and domestic long-distance calls will be charged at the same rate.

Venezuela, Inter (Venezuela)