Telefónica del Perú accounted for 65.6% of the market, while DirecTV had 14.8%, Claro 9.7% and others 9.9%.
Taiwan's International Cooperation and Development Fund loaned the Central American country's state-owned telco US$17.5mn for the rollout of broadband fiber-optics infrastructure.
The project is expected to offer faster backbone connectivity to the country via two high-speed strands of fiber optics cable belonging to state-run utility CFE.
The Advanced Mining Technology Center is creating technologies such as simulators, autonomous navigation systems and 3D exploration systems.
The merged telco will become the largest company in the country and a formidable competitor, as it will provide 'quad-play' bundles of TV, internet, landline phone and mobile services.
Just a day after being approved by a special committee, the full house passed the legislation, whose goal is to reduce the use of paper, cut red tape and increase e-gov practices and services for citizens.