Bolivian state-owned telecommunications company Entel has launched a new quad-play offer, which includes IPTV, Internet, VoIP, and mobile telephony for Bs 239 (USD 33).
“The offer we are launching includes four products that will cost Bs 239, this means that we lowered the price from Bs 387 (USD 54) to Bs 239, thanks to fiber optic technology,” said the general manager of The company, Óscar Coca, in the program El pueblo es noticia.
The new convergent package is available from May 2 at company commercial centers throughout the country. According to the local daily La Nación, Entel will soon install 180,000 connections to launch the new offering.
Coca also mentioned that as a result of the investments made by the company, the internet rate per second was reduced by 89%.