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Tigo Nicaragua launches first consumer broadband plans

Tigo Nicaragua (Millicom) has launched its first residential internet packages around 10 years after acquiring local cable operator Amnet.

The plans use the company’s HFC cable broadband network and are available in and around the capital city Managua.

Packages range from 10Mbps broadband with 10 HD channels for US$49.99 a month to 100Mbps for US$135.99.

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