The Pay-As-You-Go Alternative to Telmex and Telecable Internet

The Pay-As-You-Go Alternative to Telmex and Telecable Internet

I’m in the process of moving out to the country, where the only internet service is Telmex. After I agreed to lease the house, however, I found out that I would be on a waiting list for internet service because there are very few ports available on the server for that area. Even though there…

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Lower Propane Gas Prices Likely in 2016

Lower Propane Gas Prices Likely in 2016

It’s not often that utility prices actually go down, so the news that liquid petroleum gas (LPG) prices may well be reduced in 2016 comes as a pleasant surprise. New import rules taking effect on January, 1, 2016 are the cause. For the first time ever, private Mexican companies will be able to import gas…

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How to Avoid Cell Phone Re-Charge Scams

How to Avoid Cell Phone Re-Charge Scams

Many north-of-the-border expats are pleasantly surprised to find that they don’t need to enter into long-term cell phone contracts here. Almost everyone pays for cell phone call minutes and texting on a short-term basis, paying a few hundred pesos at a time. A limited opportunity for scamming, you say? No, there’s a way, and it’s…

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Is Telmex Internet Unavailability Driving You Crazy? Try This.

Is Telmex Internet Unavailability Driving You Crazy? Try This.

If you spend hours cursing at your Telmex Infinitum modem because it drops your internet connection on a whim for hours at a time, here’s a simple trick that seems to work miracles. I discovered it just the other day, and it has worked about six times without fail, so I don’t think it’s a…

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Telmex: No Long Distance Charges WORLDWIDE

Telmex: No Long Distance Charges WORLDWIDE

TelmexThe new Mexican federal telecommunications law, effective January 1, 2015, eliminated long distance charges for calls to and from anywhere within Mexico. But now Telmex, the largest fixed-line telecommunications company in Mexico, has upped the ante­­­­­­­­ to eliminate long distance charges worldwide—under certain conditions.

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