Alestra aims for 45,000 VoIP subscribers at year-end

28 Aug 2009

Mexican fixed line and broadband operator Alestra hopes to end 2009 with approximately 45,000 residential and SME VoIP subscribers, BNamericas reports. The end-year target would represent an increase of around 13,000 from the 32,000 it reported at end-2008. Having acquired VoIP operator GetFon in January this year, Alestra’s sales director Andres Woodhouse said that it expected the number of customers taking GetFon’s services to rise from the 5,500 it had at time of acquisition to 10,000 by the end of 2009. Alestra has also said it plans to focus on increasing uptake of its VoIP services among existing broadband subscribers.

Mexico, Alestra