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  1. Samsung S7

    Thank you. I finally reached Samsung and they say the unlocked model I have will work in Mexico. but then again the person couldn't speak English very well. Fingers crossed .
  2. Samsung S7

    Would like to purchase Samsung S7 back in the states. It is unlocked. Any issues with compatibility with Telcel or other carriers here? Thank you.
  3. Looks like all the organic veggies are prepackaged.
  4. Seems to me to be a very high end store. Many pictures of wine and prepared foods and cakes, etc. Didnt see loose vegetables. The fish case looked real good. I bet that place is expensive. Never seen a whole foods look that elegant.
  5. Seeking vehicle

    I sent you a message...
  6. Walmart vs Costco

    What about dead peasant policies?
  7. The Mexican peso slumped to its lowest level in nine months today, falling 1% to 19.725 pesos to the U.S. dollar just before midday. News agency Reuters cited high inflation, the threat to investment posed by fiscal reform in the United States and corruption scandals in the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) — that could play into the hands of leading presidential contender Andrés Manuel López Obrador — as reasons for the drop. https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/peso-falls-to-19-725-lowest-since-march/
  8. With the participation of the different police and rescue corporations, the security operation "Guadalupe-Reyes" will start next Wednesday in Chapala. The program will be integrated by the Preventive Police, Municipal Transit, and Firefighters, and its main purpose is to prevent accidents and criminal acts in the municipality. Adán Dominguez León, Commissioner of Public Security, pointed out that the operation will be in force from December 20 to January 7, 2018 with preventive and surveillance programs in banks, shopping centers, highway revenues and tourist areas. The official indicated that an operation will be deployed with 55 security elements, in addition to transit elements and paramedics; 10 patrols, 6 motorcycles, 2 four-engine and rescue units that will be strategically located in points of the municipality. Dominguez León explained that accompaniment is offered to account holders who make withdrawals of cash from bank branches within the city, with the aim of preventing theft; via telephone (376) 76 5 44 44, citizens who so require may request support. http://www.lavozdelaribera.com.mx/listo-el-operativo-guadalupe-reyes-en-chapala/
  9. Net Neutrality abolished in the states

    AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, and Time Warner have a “natural monopoly” since they’ve simply been at it the longest. While the Telecommunications Act of 1996 attempted to incentivize competition to upset these established businesses, it didn’t take into account the near impossibility of doing so. As Howard Zinn wrote in A People’s History of the United States, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 simply “enabled the handful of corporations dominating the airwaves to expand their power further.” https://psmag.com/news/why-is-american-internet-so-slow The U.S. ranks 28th in the world in mobile internet speeds We have slower mobile internet than Greece. Greece! https://www.recode.net/2017/6/7/15747486/united-states-developed-world-mobile-internet-speeds-akamai
  10. Handymail Rip Off

    What about companies like XOOM or XE? There are many but currency conversions are different.
  11. Net Neutrality abolished in the states

    Carlos Slim is basically the person in Mexico that will have the power to bring or nor bring net neutrality here since his company https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/América_Móvil owns Telmex with over 20 million subscribers. this article is from 2013.... https://www.wired.com/2013/05/when-it-comes-to-internet-access-and-cost-were-just-like-mexico/
  12. I am not sure if it will hurt Mexico internet users but just an FYI. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines on Thursday to repeal landmark 2015 rules that intended to ensure a free and open Internet, as protesters gather to oppose the change. The 3-2 ruling sets up a court fight over a move that opponents fear will recast the digital landscape. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5180015/Protesters-gather-U-S-regulators-meet-end-net-neutrality.html
  13. Would appreciate the name and contact info of an endocrinologist . Looking for the best I can get. Thank you .
  14. Medical concerns about moving to Ajijic

    A pharmacy company has just bought Aetna for 69 billion. Colonoscopies in aisle 3. http://www.businessinsider.com/cvs-health-buys-aetna-2017-10
  15. Is Ana in San Antonio T.? Do they speak english in that office in San Antonio by the movie theatre? Thank you.
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