Learn about the costs of utilities in Mexico including electric, gas, water and communication services like landline, mobile, internet, and postal couriers
Mexican cell phone plans offer unlimited calling and generous data allowances across Mexico, the US, and Canada—it's never been more affordable to keep in touch
Cellular data networks in Mexico offer you internet service at home using a special modem that doesn't depend on a landline connection
If you live in a (semi)rural location in Mexico, or someplace not served by landlines or a reliable cellphone service, internet via satellite is an option
WiFi connections are widely available across Mexico—even in some rural areas. This article shares practical advice about finding and connecting securely to WiFi here
Your guide to using communications in Mexico
It’s been over a decade since the introduction of the .mx domain, and the number of companies actively using it appears somewhat limited
Mexico offers you a modern and extensive telecommunications infrastructure
On-board WiFi services have diminished as passengers tend to connect directly to cellular data
Mexico offers an abundance of news and information choices across a wide spectrum of traditional and modern media.
In a bid to clamp down on email spam, Telmex and other major internet companies running WiFi spots in Mexico have shut down access to Port 25—the port most commonly used for sending email when you are using an email client like Outlook, Windows...