Exis will allow you to divert calls or SMS that are not used by the user to browsing data. Picture Pxhere
EXiS, the new high-speed 4G mobile operator, has announced the start of operations in Mexico, with flexible packages for customers.
The virtual mobile operator (MVNO) will allow the conversion of unused calls or SMS to navigation data through an intuitive and simple interface, while it will offer consumers with high consumption 6GB or 21.5GB packages, priced between 50 to 260 pesos, With the ability to navigate in Mexico, the United States and Canada, without forced deadlines, EXiS explained in a statement.
“The goal is for customers to enjoy all the benefits of a prepaid postpaid service,” Natalia Sainz, the company’s general manager, said in the statement.
The telecom provider also provides coverage in rural areas, as well as a panic button service through a platform that will provide assistance in security, medical and fire emergencies from a mobile device, the latter through an alliance with ADT and home and business security.
To publish its service, EXiS chose Altán Redes, the telecommunications company responsible for deploying Red Compartida – a project of the former federal administration to bring internet and telephony to remote areas of the country – despite the fact that it was reported by the media as going through a business bankruptcy process.
Publication date: 07/09/2021
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