by Forbes.com | Telecoms
|Telecoms Billionaire Carlos Slim is from Mexico.|
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Telcel, owned by Telecoms mogul Carlos Slim, has eliminated the mobile border between the US and Mexico, caused by unending competition between rivals.
According to a report by Forbes, mobile users can now call from Mexico to the U.S. and vice versa for just a small charge.
"..under the plan “Telcel Sin Frontera” (Telcel Without Border), mobile users can call and text to the U.S. without paying long distance charges, and when they travel to the U.S. they will be able to use their minutes, messages and MBs just as they would in Mexico, with no roaming charges."
Telcel reportedly expects millions to use the new plan as the U.S. is home to the largest population of Mexican descent and Mexican immigrants in the world after Mexico.
To read the full report, visit: www.forbes.com.