Latin American Telecom Market Attracts Overseas Investments, Says BuddeComm in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
11 Apr 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The level of the services’ penetration and the market maturity is the same across countries of Latin America and the Caribbean region.
Some countries (e.g. Venezuela and Brazil) are fighting with the prolonged economic downturn, and this has negative impact on local telecom marketplaces. Yet, international telcos and vendors continue to be attracted to the overall marketplace.
Some of these investments’ results are already vivid: e.g., the upgrade of FttP and LTE infrastructure.
Improvements occurring in mobile networks have positive impact on the adoption of smartphones amongst local consumers.
As a result, the mobile traffic has grown and stimulated revenue growth among operators.
In the fiber broadband space, the investment is ignited by the competitive pressure as well as the government support.
Though there are many operators active in the region, each country has a core number of players, and local business units are part of them.
In-demand research report “Latin America - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Forecasts” elaborated by BuddeComm offers an insightful analysis of the Latin America telecom marketplace. The study starts with an all-round regional overview. It sheds light on driving forces, fixed-line breakthroughs, local mobile subscribers, etc.
The report proceeds with insights into major countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, and more. The research study also contains detailed future projections for each country marketplace.
- all-inclusive overview of the regional market;
- insights into driving forces;
- essential data on mobile subscribers;
- examination of country marketplaces;
- future projections pertaining to broadband and mobile subscribers;
- and more.
More insightful studies by BuddeComm are available at its page.