Saturday, 6 June 2020

Costa Rica’s Telecable offers clients double speed at no extra cost

Telecable is 100% Tico owned

Costa Rica’s Telecable has gotten into the spirit of Christmas giving by doubling the speed –at no extra cost– to its residential Internet clients.

Telecable is 100% Tico owned

The double speed began on December 1 and will remain on a permanent basis. Telecable, of 100% Costa Rican capital, says the measure will help Costa Rica to rise up in international rankings for quality and consumption of Internet, La República reports in Spanish.

“When you achieve something good, you have to celebrate it, but the next day you have to be thinking about how to improve to keep making a difference. The growth that Telecable has had in recent years is no secret to anyone. Sharing this excellent news with our clients today confirms that we are on the right track,” said Ronald Jiménez, Telecable’s director of the residential services.

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To take advantage of the offer, users must visit telecabletedaeldoble.com and enter their personal data; The system will give the option to double the speed for free.

“We invite you to use the link to verify that you can now access at much higher speeds at incredible prices,” said Jiménez.

The offer also applies to new subscribers who purchase any of the Internet plans or some television combo plus Internet.

“This is how things are, both our current clients and those who decide to move over and join the Telecable family can enjoy the best service with the best rates in the market. One of these examples is our 100 megabyte Internet + Digital TV combo for only ¢34,600 monthly,” said Luis Carlos Monge,  Telecable Corporate Communication coordinator.

You can reach Telecable at 4080 4000, by email at ervicioalcliente@telecablecr.com or visit their website or Facebook page.

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