History of Services

In September 2000, Digitel hit the market with entry into service of text messaging, the second telecommunications company to offer this service for free free phones for 5 continuous months among users of the same company, drawing a number plans 500,000 users during the period (recalling that candy bar phone Infonet launches first elservicio messaging, giving free and then keep the service under flat rate until 2006), forcing other carriers to offer service to their customers. This trend is not arrested in November 2002 and Digitel presented to the Venezuelan market multimedia messaging, with Nokia its online Self expression on innovative GPRS platform.
Also in November 2002 launched the international roaming service for pre-paid customers Radi-Call, adding further differentiating the offer from Digitel. Another milestone in the history of Digitel was that since the first time on a management scheme for recovery in seconds, which launched an era of transparency in LG the relationship cellular providers with users, not known so far in the country.
The most recent innovations that are brought Digitel Mobile and TIM TV Click. The first converts your cell phone on a television screen, allowing you to enjoy the programming of all the plans include local television stations, while print Click TIM emotions by offering the user the ability to print in postcard format photograph taken with his cell Samsung phone.
In May 2005, Digitel Mobile Office introduced wireless phones to the market, a platform that allows customers to stay connected at any time and anywhere with their workplaces. As part of this platform, in August of that year reached Courier Mobile, a product with which customers can receive, send and forward emails with attachments in real time.
In July 2006, customers in the eastern part with every plan of the network is 412, and in September cell phones for western customers become part of the 412 family, thus the process of integration of technology platforms.
Since July we began a process of expansion of coverage, which closed 2006 with over 1,070 base stations installed 4 new switches in the cities of Barquisimeto, Maracaibo and Caracas Tachira and deployment of 100 of the network GPRS / EDGE in the west of the country that provides customers with communication solutions, data, information and entertainment.
In the ranking of the ten markets with the highest number of GSM subscribers in late 2005, cell phones Venezuela holds the ninth place with 3 million users slider phone connected to GSM networks, a position important when cellular phone plans we consider that the selection in the country did not exist a GSM operator with national coverage.
Digitel GSM is an innovative telecommunications company in the country, which provides basic wireless telephone service, and mobile publishing, with a unique equipment and services last generation. Currently established as the first GSM network in Venezuela, the global standard for mobile communications.
Digitel GSM has pioneered the launch of services of the most advanced technology from the start establishing a pattern of billing in seconds, launched the Motorola text messaging service which then evolved to multimedia messaging, based on the GPRS platform, introduced mobile TV and more recently, Mobile Office Mail and Mobile. Day by day cellular phones continuing to surprise the market with the best in the world of communications. In 2008, Digitel and has six million users cellular coverage in April of that year changed its slogan mobile phones to me: We wireless providers are at your order, to strengthen their autonomy in the cellular phones GSM market and to attract HTC more customers. Currently being introduced in September Digitel UMTS / HSDPA / 3G on you get a free cell phone when you join any of the plans the 900 Mhz band (DIGITEL GSM is one of the first operators in the world in 3G network establezer a UMTS / HSDPA on the 900 Mhz band.)

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