Bitel is the brand by which Vietnamese state-owned operator Viettel Telecom began operations in Peru in July 2014 with a 20-year concession license in the C band (1900MHz). It launched the same year as Entel Peru, and in the ensuing four years both companies have made significant progress in challenging the two established players Movistar (Telefónica del Perú) and Claro (América Móvil), reaching a combined market share of 29.8% in 2017, mostly at the expense of Telefónica.

At the end of 2017, Bitel had a 13.5% market share, making it the fourth player behind Entel (16.3%), Claro (32%) and Movistar (38%). The telco now seeks to up its share to 18% with a focus on providing mobile broadband to underserved areas through its fiber network.

Project Risk Analytics
Tracking project performance

Portada Risk

By providing a top-down analysis of the timeliness and costs of current Latin American projects, BNamericas provides a new tool to the industry, allowing it to learn from past events and improve planning for future projects.

  • Analytics report analyzing key statistics
  • Consider the risks of changes in project schedules
  • Instant view of project status
  • Benchmark your portfolios and new projects