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  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    1/18/19
    REGIONAL Following press reports, Luxembourg-based telco Millicom confirmed that it had received an offer to be acquired by Liberty Latin America. Liberty Latin America later published is own press release confirming the reports. ...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    12/7/18
    CUBA State-owned teleco Etecsa is rolling out mobile internet to prepaid customers after several months of tests and limited deployment to contract users, a company executive told local media. BRAZIL Huawei opened an internet ...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    8/24/18
    COLOMBIA The crowning achievement of Colombia's Vive Digital inclusion program during former president Manuel Santos' administration was reducing poverty and making people see the power of technology to bring about change, said...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    8/10/18
    The Mexican units of AT&T and Telefónica won new spectrum for advanced telecommunications services in the country's 2.5GHz tender on Monday. REGIONAL –Tech giants like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple are...

  • Cuba reportedly starts testing 4G connectivity

    3/8/19
    Cuba has started testing 4G mobile internet in the northern district of capital Havana, just a few months after it commercially deployed 3G. A report on website Cubadebate said that state telco Etecsa selected heavy mobile internet ...

  • Cuba's Etecsa rolls out prepaid 3G internet

    12/6/18
    Cuba's state-owned telecommunications operator Etecsa is rolling out mobile internet to prepaid customers after several months of tests and limited deployment to contract users, a company executive told local media. The island,...

  • 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

    9/29/17
    Costa Rica's ombudsman, Defensoría de los Habitantes de la República de Costa Rica, has challenged telecom regulator Sutel's decision to lift controls on the mobile market. The telecommunications law states that the regulator must...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    6/9/17
    NEXTEL GETS NEW INVESTORS NII Holdings agreed to sell a 30% stake in its last remaining asset, Nextel Brasil, to Norways's AINMT for US$50mn with an option to add another US$150mn, upping its stake to a controlling 60%. AINMT,...

  • A market awakening

    2/11/11
    ICT development in Cuba? It seems a paradox when considering the fact that only a small percentage of Cubans have access to a computer or an internet connection. Or even the fact that they still have to get around the island in cars...