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  • Free Wi-Fi on Transantiago buses kicks off

    10/12/18
    Chile's transport and communications ministry MTT has launched free Wi-Fi on new buses of Santiago's public transport system Transantiago. It also presented an app for calculating broadband traffic usage. The news of the free Wi-Fi ...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    10/12/18
    PANAMA Millicom said that it is acquiring a controlling stake of 80% in Cable Onda, the largest cable and fixed telecommunications services provider in Panama, Latin America's fastest-growing economy. ARGENTINA –Arge...

  • TIM, VIVO in network-sharing deal

    10/12/18
    TIM and Vivo have expanded a deal to share 3G infrastructure, allowing their customers to use their cellphones in over 570 Brazilian cities. According to TIM, the network-sharing partnership will benefit more than 131mn users of...

  • Motorola motors ahead in difficult 2018

    10/9/18
    Chile's smartphone market is highly competitive and differentiating what has become almost a commodity is a difficult task. While not in the top five brands globally, Motorola Mobility has managed to position its Moto brand in...

  • Mobile internet in Paraguay

    9/28/18
    Monthly number of mobile internet subscriptions by tecnology type (access by modem with USB connections, smartphones & tablets(3G/4G) and GPRS) from December 2010 to December 2015. Data presented is the latest available from...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    9/28/18
    ARGENTINA Telecom Argentina has doubled down on its previously announced US$5bn investment plan, but the investments will probably be made more slowly and could be extended into a four-year timeframe rather than three as initially...

  • Uber negotiates Paraguay entry

    9/28/18
    Representatives of ride-sharing app Uber have met with Paraguayan tax authorities to discuss the company's launch in the South American country. The subject of the meeting was the taxation the company could pay to operate legally. ...