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Latin America Telecommunications, Mobile and Broadband Overview
This report is essential reading for those needing high-level strategic information
and objective analysis on the telecom sector in the Latin American and
Caribbean region.
See table of contents and summary


Latin America Forecasts - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband
Scenario-based forecasting for the fixed-line, mobile and broadband markets
in the major Latin American countries. Scenario forecasting presents you with
an opportunity to address the market variables and their likely impact on future
growth.
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Argentina Telecommunications Market Reports. Argentina has one of the most advanced telecom markets in Latin America, but faces economic and political problems. This annual report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in Argentina's fixed-line, mobile, broadband, and pay-TV sectors, including analysis and forecasts.

Argentina Broadband and Broadcasting Market Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Market Report

Argentina Telecommunications Fixed-Line Market and Infrastructure, Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Report

Argentina Mobile Telecommunications Market, Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Report

Argentina Telecom Market Trends, Key Statistics and Regulatory Overview Report

Argentina Telecommunications Market Strategic Information and Analysis Report, featuring Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts

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Bolivia Telecommunications Market Overview Overview and Statistics
One of the poorest and least developed Latin American nations, Bolivia has South America's lowest mobile penetration and second lowest fixed-line teledensity. Mobile telephony suffers from poor quality of service and inadequate network capacity. In April 2007, the government moved to renationalize the incumbent operator, Entel, 50% owned by Telecom Italia. But negotiations between the Bolivian state and the Italian telco turned sour, leading to an impasse despite international conciliation attempts. If it gains control of Entel, the government plans to shift its focus from technological innovation to providing basic coverage in rural areas. This report provides an overview of the Bolivia's telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and analyses. See table of contents and summary

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Brazil Telecommunications Industry Information, Broadband, Broadcasting, Mobile and Internet Market Reports. Brazil is getting ready for the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Summer Olympic Games in 2016. The folling reports provide a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in Brazil's broadband, fixed-line, mobile, broadcasting, and pay TV sectors. Reports include analysis and forecasts:

Brazil Broadband Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Market Report

Brazil Broadcasting Pay TV, Statistics and Companies Market Report

Brazil Fixed-Line Infrastructure, Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Report

Brazil Fixed-Line Operators Report

Brazil Mobile Market, Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Report

Brazil Mobile Market Operators Report

Brazil Telecom Market Trends, Key Statistics and Regulatory Overview Report

Brazil Telecommunications Market Strategic Information and Analysis Report, featuring Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts

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Chile Telecoms Market Statistics and Forecast
The Chilean telecom market is one of the most dynamic and promising in Latin America. The fastest growing sectors are mobile telephony and broadband. Provided Chile's economy continues to improve, Chile is likely to reach the 100% mobile penetration milestone in 2009. Nevertheless, the mobile market is nearing saturation, and growth is slowing down. Chile is the regional leader in terms of PC and Internet penetration rates, and enjoys a flourishing broadband market, which is expected to continue growing strongly in the coming years. This report contains statistics and scenario forecasts for Chile's fixed-line, mobile, and broadband markets for the years 2012 and 2017. See table of contents and summary

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Colombia Telecommunications Convergence, Broadband, Mobile and Internet Market Reports. Colombia's broadband penetration is about average for Latin America, and is growing at a very impressive rate. The pay TV market has experienced a wave of consolidations, with the acquisition of five cable TV firms by Mexico's Telmex, and of two cable TV firms by UNE. The following reports provide an overview of Colombia's telecoms, broadband, mobile and Internet markets, accompanied by relevant statistics and analyses:

Colombia Broadband and Broadcasting Market Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Market Report

Colombia Telecommunications Fixed-Line Market and Infrastructure, Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Report

Colombia Mobile Telecom Market, Overview, Statistics and Forecasts Report

Colombia Telecommunications Market Trends, Key Statistics and Regulatory Overview Report

Colombia Telecommunications Market Strategic Information and Analysis Report, featuring Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts

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Ecuador Telecommunications Market Overview Overview and Statistics
Ecuador's telecom indicators lag considerably behind those of other Latin American countries. The country has seven fixed-line operators, but state-owned Andinatel and Pacifictel dominate the market. Remote mountainous areas make the cost of laying out copper prohibitive, and a large portion of the country has little or no fixed telephone coverage. Wireless solutions have been used to resolve some of the problems. The mobile telephony market is the most dynamic telecom sector. This report provides an overview of the Ecuador's telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and analyses. See table of contents

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Guyana Telecoms Market Overview and Statistics
Guyana's fixed-line teledensity and mobile penetration are only slightly lower than the Latin American average, but they are much higher than would be expected considering that Guyana's GDP per capita is about the third lowest in the region after Haiti and Nicaragua. Negotiations are under way to liberalise the Guyanese fixed-line voice and data market, where the incumbent telco, GTT, holds an exclusive licence. In the mobile market, GTT faces a considerable competitive challenge since the arrival of Digicel on the scene. Guyana has a surprisingly large number of Internet users compared with other economic indicators, thanks to cheap Internet cafés that also offer VoIP services. This report provides an overview of Guyana's telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and analyses. See table of contents and summary

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Paraguay Telecoms Market Overview and Statistics
Paraguay has the lowest fixed-line teledensity and Internet penetration in South America, though not much lower than would be expected considering the population's limited GDP per capita. Mobile penetration, however, is about 11% higher than the regional average, an outstanding achievement considering Paraguay's other economic indicators. Interestingly, mobile telephony is also the only telecom service that is fully competitive. Broadband uptake is still extremely low, speeds are poor, and prices are high. Although there are a number of competing ISPs, Copaco is the monopoly gateway provider. This report provides an overview of Paraguay's telecom sector, relevant statistics and analyses, and brief profiles of the main operators. See table of contents and summary

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Peru Convergence, Broadband and Internet Market Report
Internet user penetration in Peru is considerably higher than average for Latin America, a remarkable achievement compared with Peru's other economic indicators. The success of the Internet in Peru is primarily due to the mushrooming of cheap public Internet facilities known as cabinas publicas. In fact, Peru is a world leader in terms of users who access the Internet in public places. The Peruvian government is aiming to increase broadband penetration from 2% to more than 3% by 2011. Several government-subsidised broadband projects (FITEL) are underway or up for tender using the reverse bid mechanism. Accompanied by market statistics and analyses, this report provides an overview of the Internet, broadband, and pay-TV markets in Peru, as well as developments in convergence strategies. See table of contents and summary

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Suriname Telecoms Market and Convergence Statistics (tables
Suriname's telecom infrastructure is reasonable compared with the rest of Latin America, and compares favourably with Suriname's other social and economic indicators. Teledensity is slightly lower than average for the region, while mobile penetration is slightly higher. Internet and broadband uptake, however, lag far behind. Until December 2007, when competing operators Digicel and Uniqua launched GSM services, state-owned Telesur was the exclusive telecoms provider in all areas except dial-up Internet access, where it had one competitor. Telesur is the only provider of broadband, which is exorbitantly expensive, particularly in view of the Suriname's low GDP per capita. This report provides an overview of the Suriname's telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and analyses. See table of contents and summary

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Uruguay Telecoms Market Overview and Statistics
Despite still being a state-owned monopoly, Uruguay's local fixed line market has achieved the highest teledensity in Latin America bar a few of the wealthier Caribbean islands, but the number of fixed lines in service has started to decline in favour of mobile phones. Uruguay is also one of the regional leaders in other key indicators, such as Internet penetration and adult literacy. Competition in Uruguay's mobile market is intense. All three mobile operators (state-owned Ancel, Telefonica's Movistar, and America Movil CTI Móvil) have launched 3G services. Uruguay is the first Latin American country to have adopted Europe's DVB standard for digital TV. This report provides an overview of Uruguay's telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and analyses. See table of contents and summary

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Venezuela Key Telecom Statistics, Regulatory Overview and Fixed Network Report
Venezuela's fixed-line teledensity is only slightly higher than average for Latin America, a poor performance based on Venezuela's GDP per capita, the highest in the region bar a few Caribbean islands. Since 2007, however, fixed lines in service have been growing by more than 20% annually, one of the fastest growth rates in the region. Based on the principle that access to telecommunications is a fundamental human right, the renationalised incumbent CANTV has been expanding the reach of its telephone network to municipalities with no telecom services, and has been rolling out lines in under-serviced areas. This report provides an overview of Venezuela's telecom infrastructure and regulatory environment, together with brief profiles of the main fixed network operators and statistical data. See table of contents and summary

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