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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...

  • Entel Perú slates mobile antenna regulation

    7/19/18
    Entel Perú has criticized a modification of telecommunications legislation which stipulates that operators in Peru must first request municipal permission before installing antennas in public parks and plazas, reports local daily...

  • Chile, Peru agree to end roaming by 2020

    6/22/18
    Chile and Peru have signed an agreement to end roaming fees by 2020. Pamela Gidi, head of Chile's telecoms regulator Subtel, and her Peruvian counterpart Rafael Muente, head of Osiptel, signed an MOU in Lima. Gidi said the...

  • Peru 4G coverage expands five-fold in 2017

    3/29/18
    4G coverage in Peru grew 432% in 2017 to reach 30,085 localities compared to 5,658 in 2016, according to telecoms regulator Osiptel. Vietnamese-owned operator Bitel had the most extensive 4G coverage with 16,464 localities followed ...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    10/20/17
    Having missed the opportunity with smartphone chips, Intel is determined to lead the data revolution, focusing on virtual reality, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles and 5G technologies, as BNamericas explores. Colombia,...

  • How connected is Peru?

    9/29/17
    Peru has made important announcements regarding fiber developments to increase the country's internet penetration and expand connectivity beyond the main urban centers. These projects raise the question of just how connected the...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    9/8/17
    CHILE Eliminating all paper from government processes, investing in infrastructure, updating regulation and implementing digital education and social services make up the five-point digital economy plan of Chile's front-running...

  • Olo to launch 4G in Peru

    11/9/16
    Peruvian mobile operator Olo is due to launch a 4G service to replace its WiMax business, website Tecnologia 21 reported. Olo CEO Elí Sondón said the WiMax and LTE infrastructure would for a time operate simultaneously while...

  • Peru operators paying lower royalties

    10/24/16
    The royalties that operators Movistar and Claro are paying the Peruvian government for the use of radio spectrum have fallen considerably in recent times. Peru's competition and intellectual property institute Indecopi ruled in...

  • Telefónica to put US$3bn into Peru in 2016-20

    10/7/16
    Telefónica will invest US$3bn in Peru from 2016-20, company president José María Álvarez-Pallete said during a visit to the country. In a statement, Álvarez-Pallete underscored that the company has invested US$9.2bn in...

  • Why is Claro buying two Peruvian telcos?

    5/10/16
    Mexican telecoms giant América Móvil has agreed to acquire 100% of two Peruvian telecommunications companies, including the former operations of Russian telco Yota, in a move indicative of the increasingly competitive scenario and the ...