The company assured that the dismantling will be completed in February 2023, so the ideal would be to switch from cell phones to 4G technology from now on. The company has over 2000 stores across the country, enabling multiple options for users to complete the transfer of its service, You can go to www.claro.com.co by calling #400 or on the Mi Claro app with home delivery.
“We reiterate our commitment so that Colombians have the best quality of service, which is why we are in the process of modernizing our mobile network, Which will eliminate 2G (GSM) networks, to focus on next generation networks such as 4G. And prepare the infrastructure for the arrival of 5G. Santiago Pardo, corporate director of regulatory affairs for Claro Colombia, said in a statement.
“With Claro, we have set a target to increase internet access to all corners of the country to achieve inclusive connectivity. We are working with this technology to connect more and more people to 4G and reach the most remote areas of the country.”
As per the explanation given by the company with the addition of new technologies 4G and 5G increase the quality of mobile voice and navigation services due to more bandwidth to be connected to the InternetAs well as improved speeds for downloading educational, business and entertainment content, general application functionality among other benefits.
Currently, Claro reaches 1,098 municipalities in 32 departments of Colombia with 4G and, during the past two years, has established the infrastructure to provide the service. In 4G in over 420 rural locations across 23 departments in the country. In the next three years, the company will reach 1,348 locations with 4G mobile internet coverage.
According to the record released by Marcelo Cataldo, Tigo Colombia CEO told TeleSemana.com that by 2021 there were 10 million Colombians who had 2G and 3G technology, A condition he defined as “people watching television in black and white”. Similarly, the expert suggested a quick turnaround with government support to close this “digital social gap”.