Movistar expands HSPA to Barinas

1 Dec 2009

Movistar Venezuela, owned by Spain’s Telefonica, has expanded its commercial 3.5G HSPA mobile network to the city of Barinas, in Barinas state, the company said in a statement, reported by BNamericas, in which it said the local rollout had cost it USD2.2 million so far. Movistar’s HSPA service footprint already covers greater Caracas, Maracaibo, Valencia, Maracay, Puerto La Cruz, Puerto Ordaz, San Cristobal, Margarita, Barquisimeto, Maturin, Trujillo, Tucupita, Cumana, Merida, Valera and Ciudad Bolivar.

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