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Halloween is just around the corner. Millions of people across the world spend a great amount of money getting scary costumes and decorating their homes, business and offices. According to the American National Retail Federation, the 67% of USA citizens will buy a special outfit and the average person will spend $77.52 this Halloween, which means a total spending of $7.4 billion. By way of example, the most expensive costume in Amazon reaches to $1.365 (it is an Elvis Presley costume).

Being said that, when a company is planning a marketing strategy for a holiday like Halloween, it should consider which would be the best tool to distribute communication messages. SMS Marketing is considered one of the most effective tools for the companies, due to its rapid and direct character. 


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Infrastructure is not everything, market price also counts.

  • European Infrastructure Surpasses South Americans, while Telecom Costs are Exorbitant in Argentina.
  • It is 6 times More Expensive to Call a Mobile User in Argentina than in Germany
  • Germany has 8 Times More Fixed Broadband Lines, but Argentineans Pay 66% More Expensive the Service.

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 The World Cup: A Hangover of Expenses while Communicating


  • Colombians to pay for the highest Data Plan

  • Europeans Voice Charges the more expensive

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 Interesting Facts of the Brazil World Cup


June 13th

  • The oldest scorer at a World Cup is 42
  • This Will Be The World Cup Ever With Goal-Line Technology
  • It´s The 2nd Time Brazil Will host A World Cup
  • Half of the Earth’s Population watched some of the 2014 World Cup
  • Brazil is “The Most Expensive Team” in the 2014 World Cup
  • FIFA accepts the use of a “Time-Out“. The high temperatures that occur in Brazil during the summer led to the adoption of this standard, which is practiced in other sports. To be eligible for the “Time Out” should give two conditions: 30 minutes each time has passed and the temperature exceeds 32 degrees Celsius.

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