All posts tagged Claro

Claro enhances capacity in 61 sectors in 20 P.R. towns
November 15, 2016, No Comments

Telecommunications provider Claro announced Monday that as part of its $370 million investment in network upgrades, it h ...

Claro pumps $370M into network upgrades, expansion
October 13, 2016, No Comments

Telecommunications carrier Claro is investing $370 million to modernize its network and expand its fiber optic infrastru ...

P.R. Telephone Co., parent co. to pay $1.1M FCC fine
June 29, 2016, 1 Comment

The Federal Communications Commission announced today that Puerto Rico Telephone Company and its parent company, Améric ...

Claro, Piloto 151 join to back start-up tech community
May 27, 2016, No Comments

Telecommunications provider Claro and Piloto 151 announced Thursday a partnership to provide Puerto Rico’s technologic ...

Telecom Board fines Claro $155K for alleged ‘cramming’
April 18, 2016, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Telecommunications Regulatory Board has issued a fine against carrier Claro de Puerto Rico of more than ...

Claro deploys broadband service in Guayama
April 21, 2015, No Comments

Telecommunications provider Claro announced Monday that some 592 residents of the Jobos, Palmas and Pueblito del Carmen ...

Claro extends broadband to 8 new sectors in Yauco
March 10, 2015, No Comments

Telecommunications company Claro announced Monday it has extended broadband services to eight sectors in the town of Yau ...

Claro freezes telecom service rate for the rest of 2015
February 20, 2015, No Comments

Telecommunications service provider Claro announced Thursday it will freeze all of its mass market rates for wireless an ...

Claro provides free Wi-Fi to San Patricio plaza food court
December 5, 2014, No Comments

Telecommunications provider Claro and San Patricio Plaza executives announced Thursday that the carrier will be offering ...

Puerto Rico’s public schools getting $15M tech upgrade
December 2, 2014, No Comments

Puerto Rico Department of Education officials announced Monday the start of a $15 million technological upgrade program ...