Launched in Bolivia in December 1965, Entel is a state-owned telecommunications provider offering landline, mobile, and broadband internet services to business establishments and individuals across the Latin American state. The company was under direct management by the Ministry of Transport, Communications, and Civil Aviation from 1966 to 1995, after which Entel moved forward with its privatization, with Telecom Italia owning 50% of Entel's shares.
In 2008, the Bolivian government issued a decree declaring the state's efforts to nationalize its vital establishments in the country, which included Entel's entire operations. Thus Telecom Italia's 50% share was once again transferred back to the Bolivian Government, which now owns 97% of Entel's shares.
Today, Entel dominates the long-distance, mobile, and internet market in Bolivia, further materializing the network's efforts to provide full coverage even in the state's rural and less developed areas.
Entel offers both postpaid and prepaid plans to its growing subscriber base. With Entel's competitive prepaid rates, the general population now gains access to the network's mobile services with the simplest pay-as-you-go options without unnecessary fees and long-term commitments. Plus, the per-second billing scheme allows subscribers to manage their mobile usage with ease and predictability of expenses.
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