Most of Peru's 32mn cellphone subscriptions don't meet minimum ID requirements.
"Technology will change more in the next 20 years than throughout the entire history of humanity. The country that wins will be the one that knows how to make the leap," says former Colombian telecom minister Diego Molano.
Guyana approved a landmark telecoms law in July aimed at ending the fixed line monopoly of GT&T, attracting fresh competition and driving down broadband prices.
3Q 2016: Global LTE Connections Rise 81% Year-over-Year. Latin America & Caribbean LTE Connections More than Double with 154%