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More Ensenada Beach Shit

A drain of sewage water toward the beach Canalep 1 was reported Monday morning, same that was treated and tempered with chlorine to avoid side effects towards the sea.

The pipe found by citizens is managed by the State Public Service Commission of Ensenada (CESPE), who merely replied that “there’s a serious problem.”

According to documents, the citizen denounces attended the National Water Commission (Conagua) who immediately raised a report.

In it, the parastatal communicate about the breakup of a collector 30 inches in Granite Street and Pedro Loyola, Punta Banda fractionation, the collector is supplied by the industrial cárcamo extension located Grijalva River.

So it was necessary to derive the raw water to the stream of industrial arroyo Gallo, so they cut the supply of drinking water and applied chlorine black water.

Local residents reported that at 07:00 am while driving through the area found the drainage of sewage that gave off an unbearable smell.

Amazon Prime Mexico

Bajadock: 2 day delivery throughout Mexico?  I gotta see this.  If you thought Uber was a disrupter in Mexico, Amazon could be gigantesco.  Thx to reporter Juan for this alert.

MEXICO CITY– Inc. on Tuesday launched Amazon Prime in Mexico, raising its profile in a country where at least a half-dozen companies are competing for market share.

Mexico is the 13th country where Amazon is offering the premium membership service. For an annual fee of 449 pesos, or about $23, Mexican Prime members will have access to free, one-day delivery in four of Mexico’s largest cities — Mexico City, Guadalajara, Puebla and Querétaro — and free, two-day shipping in the rest of the country.

The move also makes millions of products from Amazon’s U.S. distribution centers available to Mexican shoppers with free shipping that will take about a week to reach them, with no minimum order price. Amazon Prime also includes free, streaming video service in Mexico similar to the one Amazon offers to Prime members in the U.S. and elsewhere.

Luis Correa, Amazon’s Mexico country head, said logistics have been a key focus since it set up here 20 months ago. Amazon operates two large fulfillment centers north of Mexico City and is planning to open a third in the country this year.

Amazon entered Mexico when online retailers are competing for market share. This week, Argentine e-retailer MercadoLibre Inc., Amazon’s biggest competitor in Mexico and often described as Latin America’s, said it would invest more than $100 million in Mexico to expand free shipping, payment processing, purchase protection and a points-based rewards program.

Ignacio Caride, MercardoLibre’s Mexico country head, said his company has responded to Amazon’s expansion by offering free shipping options on roughly 80% of items listed starting this year. MercadoLibre ships about half a million items a month, and charges about $2.50 to the seller to cover about half of the cost to ship small items.

“We’re willing to lose money in Mexico in order to win the battle with Amazon,” Mr. Caride said.

While still the largest player in Mexico, MercadoLibre has been losing market share over the last six years. In 2011, the company accounted for 21.2% of all online sales in the country, according to Euromonitor, but that share had fallen to 9.5% by 2016.

Linio, the online retailer launched by German startup investor Rocket Internet SE, was the second-largest Mexican e-commerce site in 2016, with 5.8% market share, followed by Amazon and Wal-Mart Stores Inc., each with 5.5%, according to Euromonitor.

Some Mexican e-commerce sites are trying to find a toehold by offering alternative payment options. Amazon allows Mexican customers to make purchases using only debit or credit cards — a small but growing segment — or gift cards available at convenience stores. MercadoLibre in 2012 launched MercadoPago, a service that allows customers to pay for purchases in cash at Oxxo convenience stores.

Linio, which offers free shipping on all items to subscribers to a Prime-like service called Linio Plus, has focused on payment options.

“Our strategy is to spend as little as possible on logistics. The key is, where we see growth, is in payment methods for the Mexican consumer,” said Nicolás Ariza, director of operations for Linio in Mexico.

Free shipping is “a big convincing factor for shoppers,” said David Bernardo, a professor who studies e-commerce at the Tecnológico de Monterrey university. “Once it becomes the market standard, everyone is going to start doing it.”

Greg Greeley, Amazon’s vice president for Prime, said free shipping will likely result in losses for Amazon in Mexico for some time, and that the company is trying to minimize costs by fulfilling orders for the site’s most popular items, which include videogames and DVDs, from Mexican distribution centers.

Amazon’s overtures are directed at consumers like Elke Vaughan, a 34-year-old bank associate from Mexico City who says she sometimes spends $500 a month to buy cosmetics and clothes from, but has her purchases shipped to her grandmother in San Antonio and retrieves them on family visits.

“There’s a lot of stuff that they just don’t ship to Mexico,” Ms. Vaughan said. “Or if I have some luck and I find something they do ship, it’s usually too expensive to ship it here.”

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Plastic Bag Ban in Ensenada

ENSENADA BC MARCH 7, 2017 (AFN) .- The Cabildo unanimously approved an opinion related to the ban on the delivery of plastic bags other than fast biodegradation.

Councilor Jorge Emilio Martínez Villardaga, who presented the proposal, mentioned that, from now on, establishments and businesses will have a grace period of 180 days to comply with this provision.

“After this period, the gift of these in the various commercial establishments will be prohibited. With the adoption of this measure we would stop producing annually the equivalent of 9 times the weight of 423 patrols that are with us in Ensenada, “said the mayor.

Martínez Villardaga noted that, with this action, Ensenada becomes one of the most avant-garde in the world in terms of inhibiting plastic waste in favor of the environment.

He commented that in 2002 there were 5 billion plastic bags in the world, and today more than 500 billion plastic bags are consumed globally. “As a consequence 1 million birds and more than 100 thousand marine animals die each year as a result of contamination by plastic bags.
The overuse of polyethylene plastic bags has a negative environmental impact because they degrade between 100 to 400 years, “he noted.

He indicated that some particles that emit plastic bags when they disintegrate are toxic; The unrecycled bags become trash, a part of them ending up in the pipeline causing flooding.
The approved proposal consists of:

1. Include the activity of use, facilitation and gift, by commercial establishments in the text of article 40, which regulates the management of solid waste such as polyethylene plastic bags.

2. Include the activity of utilization, facilitation and gift, in the text of article 41, which empowers the administrative unit to apply this new provision in its field of competence.

3. The prohibition of the provision of polyethylene plastic bags (which degrade between 100 and 400 years) by the commercial, commercial or service centers, on the other hand, allow the gift of reusable bags (cloth bags) or Those made with materials of early biodegradation, the above by means of the creation of article 43.

By tying the regulation of this activity with the Environmental Protection Act for the State of Baja California, article 141 and in compliance with the state and federal provisions:

General Law for the Prevention and Integral Management of Wastes.

Law of Prevention and Integral Management of Waste of the State of Baja California.

Tijuana River Sewage Flows

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Officials in Southern California are crying foul after more than 140 million gallons of raw sewage spilled into the Tijuana River in Mexico and flowed north of the border for more than two weeks, according to a report.

The spill was caused Feb. 2 during rehabilitation of a sewage collector pipe and wasn’t contained until Thursday, the International Boundary and Water Commission said in its report released Friday. The river drains into the Pacific Ocean on the U.S. side.

Serge Dedina, the mayor of Imperial Beach, California, said residents of his city and other coastal communities just north of the border have complained about a growing stench.

Dedina criticized federal officials in the U.S. and Mexico for not alerting people to the spill.

“Border authorities charged with managing sewage infrastructure and reporting these spills must do better and be held accountable for this act,” Dedina said in a statement Saturday. He called for the resignation of Edward Drusina, chief of the international water commission, over his lack of attention to cross-border sewage flows.

Officials with the commission didn’t immediately return calls from The Associated Press seeking comment Saturday.

The mayor said his office will seek an investigation into the spill and its aftermath, adding that U.S. officials “must make fixing sewage infrastructure a priority and issue of national security.”

San Diego County beaches, which typically would be closed by such a spill, already were off-limits to swimmers and surfers because of runoff as a result of recent storms, Dedina said.

Over the years, several large sewage spills on both sides of the border have worsened conditions in the Tijuana River, one of the most polluted waterways in the country, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper. Old sewage infrastructure in Tijuana and the lack of any plumbing in some residences have been blamed for the problem.

California Drought 2017


Summary: The “permanent drought” in California, like the now ended “permanent drought” in Texas, is ending. But like the panic about Texas, it is rich in lessons about our difficulty clearly seeing the world — and the futility of activists exaggerating and lying about the science. Of course, they should have learned this after 29 years of trying (starting from James Hansen’s 1988 Senate testimony).


Warnings of a permanent drought in California

Remember all those predictions of a “permanent drought” in California? Those were examples of why three decades of climate alarmism has not convinced the American people to take severe measures to fight anthropogenic climate change: alarmists exaggerate the science, and are proven wrong — repeatedly. When will the Left learn that doomster lies do not work?

Wired, May 2016: “Thanks El Niño, But California’s Drought Is Probably Forever“. “California is still in a state of drought. For now, maybe forever.” The article gives no support — none — for this clickbait claim. In January Wired attempted to weasel away from their claims by defining drought to mean needing more water than nature provides (“A Wet Year Won’t Beat California’s Never-Ending Drought“). Orwell nodded, unsurprised.

The NYT did no better in “California Braces for Unending Drought“, May 2016. The closest the article comes to supporting their headline is an odd statement by Governor Brown:  “But now we know that drought is becoming a regular occurrence…”  Drought has always been a regular occurrence in California. The governor also said that “California droughts are expected to be more frequent and persistent, as warmer winter temperatures driven by climate change reduce water held in the Sierra Nevada snowpack and result in drier soil conditions.” That is probable. But it is quite mad for the NYT to call more frequent droughts “an unending drought.”

Status of the California drought

“During the past week, a series of storms bringing widespread rain and snow showers impacted the states along the Pacific Coast and northern Rockies. In California, the cumulative effect of several months of abundant precipitation has significantly improved drought conditions across the state.”
US Drought monitor – California, February 9.

Precipitation over California in the water year so far (October 1 to January 31) is 178% of average for this date. The snowpack is 179% of average, as of Feb 8. Our reservoirs are at 125% of average capacity. See the bottom line summary as of February 7, from the US Drought monitor for California.

The improvement has been tremendous. The area with exceptional drought conditions have gone year over year from 38% of California to 0%, extreme drought from 23% to 1%, severe drought from 20% to 10% — while dry and moderate drought went from 18% to 48%, and no drought from <1% to 41%. See the map below. And the rain continues to fall.




For data about the western states see the dashboards at NOAA’s Western Water Assessment.  For a longer-term perspective on the western drought see NOAA’s “Western drought: It ain’t over ’til…well, it ain’t over” by Deke Arndt, 2 February 2017. It will take years of good rain and snow to recharge California’s groundwater.


“We don’t even plan for the past.”
— Steven Mosher (member of
Berkeley Earth; bio here), a comment posted at Climate Etc.

Journalists could have told us that historical data shows that past droughts in the US southwest lasted for centuries, a grim warning encouraging us to prepare. Droughts, often long and fierce, are the natural climate of this region. But telling the truth was boring — bad clickbait — and would have been politically useless for the Left. But their exaggerations and misrepresentations of science — and failed predictions — have only eroded away the public’s support for sensible measures to control and allocate water use.

This has been their way since they discovered that weather porn was good clickbait and might support their campaign for aggressive public policy measures to fight anthropogenic climate change. The result: contributing to the public’s loss of trust in the news media and an almost complete failure to get their policy changes.

In this as in other things, only a reality-based community can reform America. Too bad neither Left nor Right has any interest in giving up their tribal beliefs to focus on the often-inconvenient truth. Look here for ideas about ways you can help.

Refrigerator Repair Wars


Hello, I am Doc’s frig.  I have not been feeling well.  Decided to go through a painful 12 step rehab program

My refrigerator, a scratch/dent Kitchen Aid of of bodacious cooling capacity became ill in December.  It had served me well since 2015 purchase and was a huge upgrade from my 2006 model purchase.

Had used a local frig repair shop for a previous model and was not satisfied with the service.  On to another shop, that I will call “A”.  “A” showed up later that same day and diagnosed the problem as likely a bad compressor.  Estimate was approx $250USD.  But, he had another tech available and would come out next day to check it out.

“A” showed up with 2 guys.  The “expert B” fussed, added one part near a valve, added freon and let me know all was good and expect freezing in 24 hours.  $75USD was the charge for the 2 calls.  Had ice for approx 3 days and left for an east coast Christmas trip on 12/24.

Upon return from Christmas vaca, frig was no longer cooling.  Who to call?  “A” for warranty work or should I simply move on to a more qualified repair tech.  Slow learning me called “A”.  He showed up next day, could not figger it out and gave up.

Looked through our local online resource for frig repair.  Called tech “C”, who was busy with other work and not available.  Called “D”, who said he would get back to me.  zzzzz.

Kept searching and talking with friends about what to do.  Apparently there are two major factors for selecting local home service providers.  1. The “lady of the house” likes him   2. He speaks English.  ?  Finding any review/referral on professionalism regarding estimate, parts availability, cash flow contract, cleanliness, promptness and other business basics were mostly non-existent.  Perhaps because our area is 45 minutes away from the city center, we hillbillies are left to beg for whatever service we can scrounge.  Or maybe this a part of Mex boycotting USA?  hah.

Back to my frig.  Decided to head down to Los Globos segunda appliance shop “El Primo” where I have purchased all of my appliances and ask for service help.  My Spanglish is sufficient, but, always better face to face than on phone.  Maria, the El Primo owner, got her tech on phone, handed phone to me and I explained the problem.  I brought a map of directions for my house and got a day and time of guesstimated arrival.

Major rain and wind storms delayed arrival.  Had to call El Primo and “Que tal?”.  New date and time.  zzzzz.


Off goes my frig in El Primo’s service truck

When the tech arrived, he asked me for details of the symptoms again.  He did something that all of the other techs never did.  He opened a compartment for the interior coils in the upper frig section and told me I needed a new one.  I asked how much time and how much money.  “Two or three days and 4,000-6,000MNP($200-$300USD)”.  VAMONOS!!!

Every other tech did the proctologist maneuver on my frig.  Back/bottom end was opened, futzed with it and diagnosis/fix was no bueno.  Felt like I was in a Chevy Chase “Fletch” scene with “It’s all ball bearings!”.

El Primo tech was only guy who went to the ventral view and coil suspicion fix.


On the second business day after pickup, the boys delivered, showed me the new coil, replaced all of the drawers and shelves and I had my frig back in biznez. Where were these guys 6 weeks ago?  4,500mnp, approx $220USD.

El Primo, Maria, 646-177-3177.  El Primo sells and services major appliances.

Oh, yes, we are on day 3 and frig is working.  I have ice, ice, baby!  Must have been the anti freeze?

Recycling Appliances

Bajadock: recycling may not be what it seems.  I have found this suspicious “green” behavior on both sides of the border.  I am not a warrior for the environment.  But, my conservative personal behaviors are usually more friendly to the planet than many who cloak themselves in environmental vestments and titles.

A fire on the Emerald extension in Colonia Morelos. It provoked Wednesday a huge cloud of toxic smoke, consumed polyurethane that covered hundreds of discarded refrigerators that were dismantled in allegedly unauthorized premises.

The fire according to the first data collected at the scene, was allegedly caused by a person burning copper or metal within the site located a few meters from the area known as La Pedrera or concrete block in the canyon of El Gallo . Fire Captain and Battalion Chief Edgardo Salinas said the initial report referred a residential fire in Colonia Morelos and the first to arrive were fire personnel Valle Dorado who to see the extent of the fire requested support from more extinguidoras and Personal Protection civil to evacuate nearby homes.

According to Civil Protection, to avoid risks, mainly by toxic smoke, were evacuated eleven houses, six of the top of the property where the fire was generated five around the site, and three houses that were inside the premises were burnt.

The fire showed that those who occupied, piled up on the same site, waste refrigerators for recycling, allegedly to extract the metal, which had caused the eye that hundreds of regfrigeradores dismantled all types and sizes accumulate invading even part of the Street. The arrival of a backhoe, the operator, Regino González, had to move hundreds of refrigerators dismantled so firefighters could continue the combat became necessary to control the fire, separating the area and torched the beginning to not burn . This operation was highly risky because from a height of about one floor fell into the street coolers of all sizes, some of them still burning. off almost five hours after the start.

On­site staff of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, indicated that they would review who was responsible for the property to determine the sanctions to be applied. It is unknown if this place had a land use permit to operate or Town Hall was a clandestine dump. According to police personnel were assisted in place a person who said he was intoxicated with smoke but was under influences of drugs, also a person who is presumed was site manager of refrigerators for their stopped at the site security to ignore and try to return to combat only the fire had already reached a significant height.

Recent Rain Filling Reservoirs


Bajadock: Lookout Ensenada with over 3 inches of rain forecast for this weekend.  


Northern California has suffered droughts throughout the past five years, and new photos show the astonishing floods in the state after a few heavy storms.

Rain hasn’t fallen on San Francisco like it has this January since 1982.  Since January 1, the city has seen 5.53 inches of rain. reports homes in the mountains outside Guerneville, which is an hour and a half north of San Fransisco, have been under water since January 4.  The region has been pelted with 21 inches of rain in the past two weeks. The Russian River flooded six feet over stage this Wednesday making streets impossible to get through.

These photos show the stark difference between the docks at Browns Ravine in 2014 (above) and in 2017 (below)

These photos show the difference between the docks at Browns Ravine in 2014 (above) and in 2017 (below)

Lake Oroville's capacity was at 39 per cent in 2016. The water ramp had become exposed because of the drought 

Lake Oroville’s capacity is at 39 percent in 2016. The water ramp is exposed because of the drought

Now, one year later in 2017, the lake levels have dramatically increased and not nearly as much of the concrete ramp is visible

One year later in 2017, not nearly as much of the concrete ramp is visible

People ignored the signs that marked the roads closed and flooded by the Russian River. For many their cars stalled as they tried to pass as the engines sucked up water.

There have been a few positive effects of the rain. Michael Anderson, a climatologist for the California Department of Water Resources, told he believes the reservoirs in Northern California have gained almost one million acres of storage.

The dam at Folsom Lake in 2015 (left) is calm compared to the rushing water in 2017 (right)

Water spews out of the dam at Folsom Lake in 2017

The dam at Folsom Lake in 2015 (left) is calm compared to the rushing water in 2017 (right)

People swim under the South Yuba River Bridge in Nevada City, California in September 2016, as many rocks are exposed due to the low water levels

People swim under the South Yuba River Bridge in Nevada City, California in September 2016

The friendly swimming hole is not looking so friendly in 2017 as water rushes under the South Yuba River Bridge due to the rainstorms

The friendly swimming hole is not looking so friendly in 2017 as water rushes under the South Yuba River Bridge

Redwood Creek is barely a stream in 2016

Water floods Redwood Creek in 2017

Redwood Creek is barely a stream in 2016 (left). In 2017 (right) it is practically a rushing river

He said: ‘That is almost 18 percent of its capacity. Since Oroville was about 750,000 acre-feet below its storage limits during flood season (a consequence of the drought), they can keep all that water for future use and largely offset storage impacts from the drought.’

Even though much of the state is drenched, the drought is not yet over. CNN reports the state is only 42 percent drought free. However, this is an improvement from last year when only three percent was.

Most of Southern California is still under ‘extreme’ to ‘exceptional’ drought.

Lake Oroville's launch ramp is pictured above at 60 per cent of its historical average in 2016 as the water level is low

Lake Oroville’s launch ramp is at 60 percent of its historical average in 2016

After a storm in January 2017, Lake Oroville's water levels are significantly much higher (above)


Border Quake Shake

A swarm of more than 250 small earthquakes have struck since New Year’s Eve near the California-Mexico border, causing unease among residents and attention from scientists.

The strongest earthquake in the sequence was magnitude 3.9, striking directly underneath the town of Brawley, about 170 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

The earthquakes struck in the southern end of the Brawley Seismic Zone, a seismically active region where tectonic plates are moving away from each other and the Earth’s crust is getting stretched out “and basically adding land,” said Caltech seismologist Egill Hauksson.

The Brawley Seismic Zone is particularly important to watch because it is the region that connects the San Andreas and Imperial faults, both of which can produce damaging earthquakes. The seismic zone extends for about 30 miles from the city of Brawley, across the Salton Sea’s southern half, and ends near Bombay Beach.

Hauksson was closely monitoring the swarm that began Saturday, as there was a chance that an earthquake of magnitude 5 or larger could be triggered.

“There’s always reason to be concerned for a bigger earthquake,” Hauksson said. But by Sunday night, the possibility of the swarm triggering a larger event had largely receded.

The southern Brawley Seismic Zone is close in proximity to the Imperial fault. The Imperial fault has caused two major earthquakes in recent decades.

In 1979, a magnitude-6.5 earthquake sent violent shaking into El Centro, injuring 91 and causing so much damage to the concrete Imperial County Services Building that it had to be demolished.

There was major damage to the irrigation system in the Imperial Valley, a desert region that is a prolific producer of salad vegetables during the winter. Levees lining the All-American Canal, which funnels water from the Colorado River, collapsed along an eight-mile stretch.

The magnitude-7.1 earthquake that hit El Centro in 1940 claimed nine lives and swayed buildings as far away as Los Angeles. Irrigation systems were damaged, and railroad tracks were left warped where they crossed the fault.

Earthquake swarms that occur in the other end of the Brawley Seismic Zone — to the north — could trigger a major event on the San Andreas fault, one of California’s most dangerous, that could send catastrophic shaking into Riverside, San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.

In late September, one such swarm began in the northern Brawley Seismic Zone, with three measuring above magnitude 4. That event led the U.S. Geological Survey to warn that chances of a magnitude 7 or greater earthquake on the San Andreas fault had risen as a result of the swarm.

Another swarm of small earthquakes, topping out at magnitude 3.5, struck the town of Niland near the eastern shore of the Salton Sea on Halloween.

The last major earthquake to hit Brawley was in 2012, registering at magnitude 5.4.

Brawley Mayor Sam Couchman said the earthquakes have placed the city of 26,000 on edge since Saturday afternoon. The combination of the earthquakes and New Year’s pyrotechnics spooked some of the town’s dogs, who went missing, he said.

“We’re just kind of listening to it, and when you can hear it coming, it’ll rattle things,” Couchman said. “Last night, we had the rain, the earthquakes, and the fireworks.

“All we needed were frogs and locusts.”

Telcel Sin Limite LIMITS


Telcel’s “sin limite” plans now have a limit to use in USA and Canada.  Essentially, if you are using most of your data outside of Mexico or using your phone for more than a month(see 29 day limit below) outside of Mexico, Telcel may suspend your service.

So for my U.S. friends considering Telcel’s sin limite plan for their U.S. use, that is no longer available.

FYI, the limitations are due to cost structure contracts with T Mobile and AT&T in the U.S.  When I’m in USA, my phone tells me which network(T Mobile or AT&T) I am “renting” with my Telcel contract.

  1. How the heck are they monitoring this?  Computer generated?
  2. Will Telcel cut off your phone completely, or simply charge you a higher rate?

The workaround would be to use a Telcel chip on the lowest priced plan when in Mexico, then use a U.S. chip when in USA.

For us south of the border types, the sin limite plans are smokin’ hot deals that cannot be beat.  Here is my July 2016 post on using Google Voice with Telcel so that USA callers can reach you in Mexico by calling your USA phone #.  One phone, one number had been my goal for the past 8 years.  FINALLY have it!


Here is the translation on sin limite limits from Telcel’s site:

Services “Without Border” NO USE FOR PERMANENT INTERNATIONAL. It is deemed to be a permanent International Use when any of the following circumstances are present: 

(1) The user has used the services “Without Borders” for a period equal to or greater than 29 consecutive days outside the national territory;that is, without having registered domestic traffic within the network of Telcel in the indicated period; or 

(2) When the monthly voice traffic, SMS and / or data being within range “Without Borders” (USA and / or Canada):

a. It is greater than the average minutes and / or SMS consumed by the user during the last 3 months in the national territory, or

b. It is greater than 100 minutes and / or SMS; or

(3) When the monthly traffic International Long Distance (ILD) projection being in Mexico bound for the US and / or Canada:

a. It is greater than the average minutes or SMS consumed by the user during the last 3 months in the national territory, or

b. It is greater than 100 minutes and / or SMS.

If the user incurs any of the practices identified in paragraphs (1) and (2) above, Telcel may suspend temporarily: a. the use of services abroad for countries included within the coverage “Without Borders” (US and Canada), and / or b. hiring benefits packages that include “Without Borders”. In both cases, the use of services and hiring packages being inside Mexico will not be suspended, so the user can continue to use them to their re-entry into the country.

If the user incurs as stated in the previous paragraph (3), Telcel may temporarily suspend the use of outgoing ILD services bound for the US and / or Canada for up to 30 calendar days. This does not imply the blocking of the line and may continue to use the services within the national territory.

In the case of paragraphs (2) and (3) above criteria is more favorable for the user is applied.

Here is the current sin limite tariff list today:


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