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Introduction to Report
Launch Date: August 18, 2014
Number of Pages: 189
Geography Coverage: Latin America
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About the Report
This report covers developments in the mobile voice and
data markets of Latin America and the Caribbean. The
Latin American and the Caribbean regions contain a
number of markets where mobile telecom services, both
voice and data, have become the preferred
communications platform for consumers.
In a few markets, such as Haiti, the fixed-line
infrastructure is so poor that operators can effectively
sideline the sector and concentrate their investments in
mobile networks alone.
Smartphones and Tablets
In common with markets in North America, Asia and
Europe, smartphones now dominate new device sales.
The popularity of social networking has also stimulated
the tablet market.
About 36 million tablets were sold in the region in 2013
alone, with growth in sales expected to remain strong for
the next five years at least.
A number of government programs have subsidised
tablet purchases for students and schools as part of
schemes to improve broadband availability and internet
connectivity among citizens.
Tablet use has in turn stimulated the WiFi market,
encouraging operators to set up more hotspots and invest
in backhaul to improve network capacity.
4G/LTE Mobile Services
Most countries in the region now have commercial LTE
network s in place.
A number of smaller operators, as well as players such as
the broadcaster DirecTV, have also launched services in
In the case of municipally-owned operators, such as
Colombia’s UNE-EPM, LTE is provided as a practical
alternative to fixed-line broadband.
More Spectrum is Needed
The release of spectrum, particularly in the 700MHz
band as broadcasters switch from analogue to digital
signals, has improved the reach and capabilities of mobile
networks and encouraged consumers to migrate from
fixed-line to mobile services.
Nevertheless, there remains some uncertainty regarding
the continuity of spectrum licences in a number of
Colombia’s renewal of licences held by Movistar and
Claro in March 2014, for a further ten years, became an
opportunity to add further service quality requirements.
1. Overview of Major Mobile Operators in Latin America
2. Overview of Venezuela’s mobile market
3. Mobile technologies
4. Mobile voice services
5. Mobile messaging
6. Mobile broadband
7. Mobile satellite
8. Forecasts – mobile market – 2015; 2020
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