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Megacable invests USD 50 mln in Queretaro FTTH rollout

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Mexican cable operator Megacable has invested around USD 50 million to install a new FTTH network in the north-central Mexican state of Queretaro, reports Telesemana, citing figures from local daily Diario de Queretaro.

The network will allow Megacable to bring telephony (VoIP) and pay-TV (IPTV) services via broadband connections of up to 200 Mbps to more than 118,000 users in the capital Santiago de Queretaro.

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Megacable Queretaro (photo: google)

The service will reach 50 percent of the city in the coming weeks and full coverage by the end of the year, with consumers able to sign up to a package including 20 Mbps broadband, 130 SD channels, 60 HD channels and unlimited calls for MXN 569 pesos per month.

Source: Telecompaper

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