Caribbean Telecommunications Report Q1 2015

Business Monitor International
January 21, 2015
201 Pages - SKU: BMI5446462
Countries covered: Cayman Islands

Caribbean Telecommunications Report Q1 2015

BMI View: 2015 seems poised to be a big year for the Caribbean, with a number of major developmentsthat could transform the telecom industries in a number of markets. The CWC acquisition of ColumbusInternational will have a far-reaching regional impact in the broadband internet and pay-TV markets,which remain underdeveloped and ripe for growth. New players are expected in the Bahamas and Trinidad& Tobago, and new regulators in Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Barbados and Haiti could lead to hugeimprovements in the business environment. Agreements between the US and Cuba have shocked the world.

Cuba represents the most attractive market in the Caribbean in terms of total size and growth opportunities,however, we don't expect to see this play out. Nonetheless, there will be massive interest from lots ofinternational players. We expect interest in the region really take off in 2015, with plenty of opportunitiesfor interested players.

Key Data:

Cayman Islands has the highest mobile penetration at over 160%, while Cuba's penetration rate remainedbelow 20%.

In Cuba, internet users reached 2.92mn users in 2013, representing around 26.1% of the population,according to the Oficina Nacional de Estadísticas (ONE).



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