UFINET attended Capacity Caribbean, 17 & 18 February 2016, San Juan, Puerto Rico About Capacity Caribbean Celebrating its 10th year running, Capacity Caribbean is the only wholesale telecommunications event for the entire Caribbean market. Among the topics...
UFINET attended PTC’16 in Honolulu, Hawaii, 17-20 January, 2016 About PTC PTC’s annual conference is the Asia-Pacific’s premier telecommunications event. Now in its 38th year, the annual conference is a strategic springboard for the global...
We are pleased to announce that UFINET will be attending Capacity Latam 2016 as Silver Sponsors this year. This major event will be taking place on 15 & 16 March 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. Now on its 13th year, Capacity Latam is one of the most important meeting for...
The international wholesale neutral operator, UFINET, signed on November 1, 2015 the acquisition of the entire wireless network structure of REICO (Wireless Networks of Costa Rica). “This acquisition represents a major breakthrough and a big plus for our...
UFINET launches new website In January 2016 UFINET launches a new and redesigned website. “With this new website we want to keep our customers abreast of the services we offer and the main advantage for them when they work with us,” says Javier Lacasa, EVP...
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