Costa Rica to stop unlimited mobile internet
Costa Rica's telecoms authority, Sutel, is planning to eliminate unlimited mobile internet usage, Costa Rican daily La República reported.
Operators argue that 5 percent of their users abused the service, saturating their networks and affecting the other 95 percent.
The country's three operators, state-owned ICE's Kölbi, Telefónica's Movistar and América Móvil's Claro began to limit data usage to 6 gigabytes per month.
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