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  • Latin America to rapidly scale 4G

    2/27/19
    Latin America will see a faster expansion of 4G connections in coming years. The technology is expected to account for 65% of all mobile accesses by 2025, up from 35% in 2018, when it was still behind 3G (39%) as the region's dominant ...

  • Telefónica to up investments in Brazil

    12/18/18
    Telefónica believes 2019 will be positive for Brazil, its second largest market after Spain, and where it plans to allocate around 9bn reais (over US2.3bn) in investments next year, up from 8.5bn reais. "If all goes well, and the...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    12/14/18
    CURAÇAO Liberty Latin America is in advanced talks with the government of Curaçao to acquire fixed and mobile telecom provider UTS, the Curaçao Chronicle reported citing sources within Liberty. CARIBBEAN Jamaica's supreme...

  • Data Snapshot: Brazil pay-TV

    11/30/18
    Brazil ended October with over 17.7mn pay TV subscriptions, down by 418,241 (-2.31%) over October 2017 and by 102,999 (-0.58%) over this September as a weak economic environment and competition with OTT services continues to weigh on...

  • Capex Glance: Oi's regional investments

    11/29/18
    Brazilian telecom operator Oi invested some 780mn reais (US$203mn) between January and September this year in the country's south and mid-west regions. Oi had reported nationwide investments of nearly 4bn reais in the first nine...

  • TIM, Oi extend infra-sharing agreement

    10/22/18
    Brazilian telcos TIM and Oi expanded their national roaming agreement for voice, data and SMS to 800 new municipalities, encompassing 3G and 4G LTE networks. With the agreement, the operators will extend their shared coverage to a...

  • 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...

  • Copel Telecomunicações S.A.

    8/16/18
    Copel Telecomunicações, a wholly owned subsidiary of Companhia Paraenense de Energia, provides telecommunications and communications services. During 2015, the firm served over 90% of rural clients and almost a 100% of urban clients,...