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A great meeting today at Ilox. Lyle Zeiglar  and myself, along with a couple of contractors, and Walter Latham from Vista Alegre met with Jessica Avila and Victor Sahagun, the company director. Ilox has been working furiously on their network planning. In a few more weeks they will start stringing fiber from Ajijic centro outward. At that time, the window for prepaid signups to do so at the current rates will expire. Signups after that will be at the new inflation adjusted rates. All prepaids will receive priority installation. After that, no later than 6 months from now and probably much sooner, Ilox will begin accepting regular subscriptions. They expect to have Chapala to Jocotepec fully covered within 8 months. Developments like Roca Azul no later than one year and maybe sooner. They are opening offices in Ajijic, Jocotepec, and Chapala. A progress email will be sent out to all signups next week or two. A dream coming true!. Thanks to all who helped!

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Question;  Why is fiber being strung from Ajijic outward?   With the existing line going through Joco it would seem install would be from West to East.    Most subscribers in Ajijic?   Potential market?  Disappointing for those of us West of SJC where the service isn't even at 2 meg download, signed up early to support the project and will be the last served.

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@Tugwestend:   The fiber does come from Joco but  Ajijic centro is the center of highest number of sign ups so they will start installing them first and move outward. It will only take a few months to connect everybody who prepaid.   They are very committed to prioritizing everyone who did that.  Much thanks for signing up.

@Vetteforron:  They are looking closely at Roca Azul.  Because its close to the Joco main line they know they can service it fairly easily, but from a priority point of view it will be in the second stage of build out. How fast they can get in there depends on how fast they can execute the prepaids and the first stage.  Best thing you can do at this point is just get as many people as you can there to sign up.  Show them the interest and the numbers.

 

 

 

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Tom again my appreciation for all the hard work you've put into this project.  Your professional calm and dedication in the face of criticism was most impressive.

I see everyone's jumping on the bandwagon now that there is no risk.

SunFan

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8 minutes ago, ComputerGuy said:

artsnob, why don't you just read the link that has been happily provided to you?

Artsnob's question seems to refer to future rates:

" What is the monthly charge going to be tv and internet do not néed phone"

I imagine others would like the answer to that question... those who did not already sign up and pay a year in advance.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Dear resident of the Jocotepec and Chapala area.

Ilox Telecomunicaciones informs you that the optical fiber network construction in the Ajijic area has started.
It is intended that the first installations will be carried out in the month of November. We will keep you informed of the project progress.

Atte: Team Ilox Guadalajara

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