The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) with the aim of bringing cellular services closer affordable prices to the population was launched ‘“Internet for everyone”a program that offers packages that vary in price and data capacity and, in addition to the ability to share the Internet via a hotspot, also include minutes and text messages.
It is Telephone service The mobile phone is provided via the Free chip delivery of Welfareso that more people have access to these benefits and therefore their delivery points have been expanded to more States of the Republic.
The initiative was expanded to 24 companies with 168 points of sale, with the main aim of bringing the Internet to all households, ensuring that this service is not limited to certain areas.
Currently, the chips can be used in the states of Aguascalientes, Baja California, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Michoacan, Nayarit, New Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Veracruz, Yucatan and Zacatecas.
The states with the most outlets in the country are Oaxaca with 34, Veracruz with 26, Guerrero with 18 and Chiapas with 17.
The companies that do not yet have points of sale are waiting for the decision of the Federal Electricity Commission to bring them to them, since it is not excluded that the plan will have full nationwide coverage in the future.
Internet packagesInternet for everyone
- 30 Pesos – 4GB data, 250 minutes and 125 SMS with a validity of three days (excluding hotspot)
- 45 Pesos – 4GB data, 250 minutes and 125 SMS valid for three days (with hotspot)
- 100 Pesos – 20GB data, 1,000 minutes and 500 SMS valid for 15 days (excluding hotspot)
- 150 Pesos – 8GB data, 1,500 minutes and 500 SMS valid for 30 days (with hotspot)
- 200 Pesos – 40GB data, 1,500 minutes and 1,000 SMS with a validity of 30 days (excluding hotspot)
- 300 Pesos – 40GB data, 1,500 minutes and 1,000 SMS valid for 30 days (with hotspot)
The CFE is trying to compete with traditional phone companies because they typically offer high-priced, limited-data plans and charge costly surcharges when the data limit is exceeded.