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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Telecommunications in Tlaquepaque
Tree on yellow wallLocal telephone service in Mexico is not expensive; long distance services can be. Outdoor public telephones are not hard to find (there are several around the Parián and Jardín Hidalgo). One can use coins for local calls; for long distance, the most convenient strategy is to buy a pre-paid phone card, available in most drugstores.

Cell phones, from cheap to expensive, are easily available; and again, one can buy pre-paid cards to use them. (As of 2010, if you buy a cell phone in Mexico you will have to register it, which can involve fingerprinting and presenting your passport.)
To make an international call from Mexico, first dial 00, then the country code (1 for the United States; for other countries, go here), followed by the area code and local code you want to reach. 
Fax services are available at some hotels in Tlaquepaque, or you can visit the photocopy shop, Imprecentro at Herrera y Cairo #59, 3838-8411, fax 3838-8411, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM to 8 PM; Saturday, 9 AM – 2 PM.
A computer center is Compunet, Calle Morelos #158; Monday – Friday 9 AM to 9 PM; Saturday – Sunday 11 AM to 9PM. Also, the two Spanish schools have computers for use by both students and non-students.
High-speed wireless internet service is available in several restaurants, including TlaquePasta (in Quinta Don José Boutique Hotel), La Mata Tinta, La Vid, Cafe San Pedro, and Navarro’s.