Hondutel aims to woo foreign partners for cellphone service in trouble
Hondutel, the Honduran state telecommunications company, says it has drawn up a list of potential foreign partners to boost its weak cellular company.
Companies from various part of the world are prepared to invest some $300 million on improving the coverage and service quality of Hondutel’s cell service, the company claims.
Hondutel launched its cell service three years ago with 20,000 subscribers. The other operators – Tigo, Claro and Digicel – have together some nine million customers, almost 99 percent of the market.
Original source (in Spanish): El Heraldo