Sunday, 25 October 2020

Claro Costa Rica offers businesses local rate calls to US

QCOSTARICA – Claro Costa Rica has extended the international calling service for corporate customers, with local rates to the US, reports El Financiero.

claro-crAccording to the operator, corporate customers can talk, text and browse the internet with the same local tariff, in the US (including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico), Mexico and Canada.

As a result, they will be able to save up to 70 percent on the cost of calls.

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Corporate customers pay an additional cost of CRC 2000/month for the “Sin Fronteras Norteamerica” option.

Claro had previously provided the same benefits for Central America and Panama.

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