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    Default Cheaper and Faster Internet Available

    First Tricom and immediately Claro following suit.

    Tricom lanza equipo todo en uno, SmartBox - DiarioLibre.com



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    This looks like a game changer. I'm glad I waited to have my internet installed until at least now. I know that Tricom doesn't necessarily have a good reputation for reliability and customer service. Do you guys know if this is fiber optic? What are your opinions of this?

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    I assume availability SDQ only?

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    Hope this comes to Santiago.

    I'm paying $4,000 for 10mbps at the moment and that's without cable TV.

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    Claro is smart. They are offering speeds up to 100mbps, as well as offering a 40mbps option for $RD2995 and $RD3595 depending on whether or not you want 240 or 290 channels. Also included in this package are 500 minutes. I think this is a great strategy because some consumers may want/need more than 20mbps and not quite 100mbps. Looks like I waited for just the right amount of time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gringonazo View Post
    This looks like a game changer. I'm glad I waited to have my internet installed until at least now. I know that Tricom doesn't necessarily have a good reputation for reliability and customer service. Do you guys know if this is fiber optic? What are your opinions of this?
    Tricom internet service by cable is much better than Claro, the spped is most stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gringonazo View Post
    Claro is smart. They are offering speeds up to 100mbps, as well as offering a 40mbps option for $RD2995 and $RD3595 depending on whether or not you want 240 or 290 channels. Also included in this package are 500 minutes. I think this is a great strategy because some consumers may want/need more than 20mbps and not quite 100mbps. Looks like I waited for just the right amount of time!
    If only they can deliver that to Cortecito area.

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    I hope it also WORKS. Lately my 6mb connection gives me between 3 and 5 mb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mauricio View Post
    I hope it also WORKS. Lately my 6mb connection gives me between 3 and 5 mb.
    Is this occurring with Tricom or with Claro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva_31 View Post
    Tricom internet service by cable is much better than Claro, the spped is most stable.
    To your knowledge, are these deals with Tricom and Claro for their fiber optic service?

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