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Region: South America
Category: Wireless

South America Wireless

(479 reports matching your criteria)
  • Argentina Telecommunications Q1 2020

    ... value-added services, particularly those that can leveragetheir investments into mobile and fixed broadband. However, regulatory uncertainty regarding convergence, a difficult economicsituation and the concentration of market power in the merged Telecom Personal-Cablevisión may limit much-needed ... Read More

  • Peru Telecommunications Q1 2020

    ... in expanding the availability of 4Gservices, both in terms of coverage and price, as well as new investment in fixed services to drive convergence. Price competitionfrom newcomers Bitel and Entel has led to a decrease ... Read More

  • Colombia Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... different regulatory agencies into a converged regulatory agency,which will likely improve competition and investment in the market. This would also bode well for consolidation of thewireline market with streamlined bureaucracy, which could lead to competitive ... Read More

  • Brazil Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... They have also been migrating customers from low-value prepaid services to more valuable post-paid and multi-service bundles. The latter are increasingly focused around affordablebroadband and TV services and are revenue-dilutive when bundle discounting is employed. ... Read More

  • Latin America Telecommunications Q4 2019

    ... medium term, as well as increased competition among operators in theface of diminishing organic growth opportunities, as region-wide trends. Operators are also keen to encourage more advancedplans and upsell new services as part of a ... Read More

  • Peru Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... over the medium term, 2019-2023, and increase the local currencyaffordability of devices. This will enable device vendors to tap into opportunities with first-time buyers, which are still asizeable category in frontier economies like Peru, but ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Colombia

    ... This represented an increase after declining sales in earlier years due to electoral uncertainty, which saw sales of high-priced goods such as cars stagnate. However, lower interest rates and the slight currency appreciation helped the ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Colombia

    ... and activities such as games, videos and the creation of spreadsheets and presentations. As such, more people are migrating from feature phones, as the latter are now perceived as old-fashioned and defunct. Retail volume sales ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Chile

    ... have also been enhanced to have more features or improve performances, for example when searching for information on the internet or ease of use when used as a payment method, meaning that consumers are increasingly ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Chile

    ... this category. For example, the improved technology in new cars allows consumers to connect their smartphones with their in-car systems, which most likely to come with an integrated screen, making it possible to use and ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Chile

    ... have also been enhanced to have more features or improve performances, for example when searching for information on the internet or ease of use when used as a payment method, meaning that consumers are increasingly ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Chile

    ... this category. For example, the improved technology in new cars allows consumers to connect their smartphones with their in-car systems, which most likely to come with an integrated screen, making it possible to use and ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Argentina

    ... reading news and home banking are some of the more common activities among older users. On the other hand, teenagers and young adults prefer to use social media apps and to take photographs. Even during ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Argentina

    ... rate are the main reasons for the sharp fall in popularity of digital cameras in Argentina. With the exception of professionals, smartphones are perfect substitutes for digital cameras and have the huge advantage of including ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Argentina

    ... a perfect substitute for in-car navigators. The use of navigators incorporated into smartphones has become very popular in large cities of Argentina. Consumers in Buenos Aires choose Waze as the most useful app because it ... Read More

  • Latin America - Mobile Network Operators and MVNOs

    ... 208 million and 123 million people respectively. This wide range is mirrored in GDP and GDP per capita, two metrics which have had a bearing on the capacity of governments to fund investments in telecom ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Industry Guide 2014-2023

    ... 2023). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the BRIC mobile phones market. ... Read More

  • Venezuela - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... Since then the number of lines has plummeted, and by late 2018 teledensity had fallen to about 17%. The cause is largely linked to the country’s ongoing economic troubles, which have compelled many people to ... Read More

  • Uruguay - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... is the second highest after Panama. In terms of computer penetration, Uruguay tops all other countries in the region by a considerable margin, and this has facilitated growth in fixed-line broadband adoption. The country has ... Read More

  • Suriname - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... it has closer affinities with the Caribbean than with its continental neighbours, and indeed is a member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The state-owned incumbent telco Telesur is the exclusive provider of fixed-line and broadband ... Read More

  • Paraguay - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... In the mobile market, however, there has been competition since 1998. The internet market is also open to competition, and there are over a dozen ISPs offering services. Copaco lost its monopoly over the international ... Read More

  • Peru - Mobile Infrastructure, Broadband, Operators - Statistics and Analyses

    ... of multiple mobile subscriptions. This phenomenon is becoming less pronounced as network operators respond to market competition by providing generous data and voice bundles (so obviating the need for SIM cards from different networks) and ... Read More

  • Peru - Telecoms Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations - Statistics and Analyses

    ... inaccessibility in the rugged Andean mountains and lowland Amazon jungles. The Telecommunications Investment Fund (FITEL) provides subsidies for telecom services in rural areas and other places that provide marginal returns for private providers. The government ... Read More

  • Guyana - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... growth has been steady in recent years and economic growth projections to the end of the decade are encouraging. The incumbent telco Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T, rebranded as GTT in late 2015) is controlled ... Read More

  • Ecuador - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

    ... evolution of the market has been influenced by the poor fixed-line infrastructure, which has stymied the development of fixed-line broadband services. To some extent poor infrastructure has been the result of topographical challenges which have ... Read More

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