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Remote community in Oaxaca, Mexico, gets talking with own cell phone network

 Hecho en Buenos Aires - Argentina 16 May 2019

After being repeatedly ignored by Mexico’s big cell phone companies for being too remote to be added to their networks, residents of the tiny south Mexican village of Talea de Castro decided to launch their own. Hecho en Buenos Aires rang up the people behind Talea de Castro’s revolutionary, self-managed cell phone service to find out how they did it, and the difference its making. (1133 Words) - By Camila Bazán

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Residents of the tiny south Mexican village of Talea de Castro decided to launch their own cell phone company.Credit: Hecho en Buenos Aires

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Residents of the tiny south Mexican village of Talea de Castro decided to launch their own cell phone company.Credit: Hecho en Buenos Aires


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