About F4 Costa Rica

Why choose for Costa Rica?

Why Costa Rica?

A reliable & modern infrastructure

The map of Costa Rica

  • Strategic / convenient location & time zone same as the US with US centric culture

  • Capability to source multiple languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German

  • Social Democracy / political stability

  • Economic stability

  • No Standing Army – Focus on funding education

  • Universally accessible public education system

  • English taught as secondary language

  • Adult literacy rate of 93% plus

  • Traditional work ethic / skilled labor

  • 65% live in San Jose greater metro area

  • 34% of population less than 40 years old

  • Current unemployment rate equal to US

  • Longer tenures / lower turnover

  • San Jose airport provides direct access to direct flights from the US including; DFW, MIA, LAX, ATL, EWR, DEN, CHS

Why Costa Rica?

The Infrastructure

Redundant fiber optic submarine cables (Maya, Arcos and Pacific Global Crossing) Satellite and terrestrial microwave network in place to meet demand in fixed, mobile, and Internet services. Costa Rica opened the Internet and Mobile sectors to private operators in mid 2010.

Why Choose F4?

We've got over 16 years of proven experience managing, outsourcing and providing call center and business solutions.

  • Advanced technology and infrastructure is used to service our clients.

  • Effective communication, the understanding of social media, networking in the industry and our strong ethic on doing business.

  • We personalize our training based on the customer’s need and business vision. 

  • Customer satisfaction.

  • Advanced technology and infrastructure is used to service our clients.

  • Effective communication, the understanding of social media, networking in the industry and our strong ethic on doing business.

  • We personalize our training based on the customer’s need and business vision. 

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