Monday 20 September 2021

100 Mpbs Internet Now A Reality in Costa Rica

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hero_banner_fence350High speed internet access up to 100 Mbps  is now reality in Costa Rica, thanks to a new product by Cabletica, that is available for both businesses and homes.

But it’s not cheap.

Cabletica is pricing the 100 Mbps at US$749 monthly. The rate is for residential, the cable company does not publish the business rate on its website.

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Connection speeds of up to 50 Mbps is priced at US$399; 35 Mbps at US$299; 25 Mbps US$199; and 15 Mbps US$123.85. All rates are monthly and does not include the 13% sales tax. The connection is by way of cable modem.

With the launch of the new product, Cabletica becomes the first regional provider with such high internet connections.

For more information see www.cabletica.com or call 2520 7777

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