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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    8/31/18
    MEXICO –The first commercial offerings of telecoms services using the Red Compartida wholesale network in Mexico should be hitting the market as early as next month. –The trade agreement between the US and...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    6/1/18
    ARGENTINA Latin America's telecoms industry associations criticized a court decision in Buenos Aires banning the ride-hailing app Uber country-wide for alleged breach of local transportation regulations. CHILE Telecoms group...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    4/20/18
    The Brazilian justice ministry, through the national consumer department Senacon, formally opened a case against Facebook regarding the leak of 500,000 Brazilian users' data in the Cambridge Analytica breach. Japanese electronics...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    4/6/18
    MEXICO Mexico will launch bidding processes to allocate spectrum for digital terrestrial television (DTTV) as well as AM and FM radio and satellite complementary services in the second half of 2018, according to an official...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    1/5/18
    PARAGUAY Paraguay raised US$84.5mn in an auction for the 700MHz band in which the three largest mobile operators Tigo (Millicom), Claro (América Móvil) and Núcleo (Telecom Personal) were all awarded spectrum. BRAZIL China's...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    10/13/17
    Costa Rica's telecoms regulator Sutel has set a minimum speed of 256kbps for postpaid mobile users who exceed their data consumption allowance. The watchdog said its decision is to ensure that the applications most used by...