The Mexican telecommunications company and long-distance telephone operator Alestra reports it has

Oct. 1, 1997

The Mexican telecommunications company and long-distance telephone operator Alestra reports it has completed construction of a fiber-optic network in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, capital of Jalisco. The company indicates it was chosen by 25% of the total number of telephone users that have participated in the selection of a new long-distance operator, and by 62% of those in Jalisco who decided to change from the formerly state-owned telephone monopoly Telmex.

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