Latin America - Best Broadband Reports

Telefonica Agrees €7.2B Deal for Vivendi’s Broadband Unit in Brazil
bestbroadbandreports.com

Telefonica signed a €7.2 billion cash and stock deal with Vivendi to acquire GVT, the French conglomerate’s broadband business in Brazil, which also sees the Spanish and Latin American giant relinquish its shares in Telecom Italia. As part of the agreement, struck after nearly a month of exclusive negotiations between the two firms, Vivendi gets […]

0
Like
Save
ZTE Becomes The Exclusive Supplier for Entel To Build Largest FTTx Network in Bolivia
bestbroadbandreports.com

ZTE Corporation, a global company which provides equipment for telecommunications, network solutions and mobile devices, is pleased to be the winner of exclusive tender for Entel SA for the construction of the first large-scale FTTx network to cover the four regions in Bolivia, offering high-speed broadband connectivity to consumers and businesses in the country. Entel […]

0
Like
Save
Android Dominates Mobile Phone Sales in Argentina
bestbroadbandreports.com

A survey conducted at the premises of selling mobile phone products showed that the consumption is clearly dominated by Android, the most chosen models the Samsung Galaxy Core and Core Plus, the Samsung S5, Pocket, Motorola Moto G and E and to a lesser extent, LG and Sony Xperia L3 M. At the same time […]

0
Like
Save
Puebla Expands Free Internet Facilities
bestbroadbandreports.com

The Internet access points will be extended to 12 thousand in different areas from schools, hospitals and public spaces, as part of the federal project called Connected Mexico that seeks to reduce the digital divide and increase competitiveness in the country. To begin with the expansion of digital coverage, the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation […]

0
Like
Save
Ericsson To Provide Internet For Rural Mexico
bestbroadbandreports.com

Ericsson will bring Internet services, telephony, emerging health applications and digital education to rural areas and areas with low population density in Mexican territory. According to Jose Ayala, Ericsson Director of Industry Relations and Government in Latin America and the Caribbean, te company plans to provide infrastructure solutions in partnership with telecom operators in the […]

0
Like
Save
The Melancholy of Technology – Latin America
bestbroadbandreports.com

When we speak of the Latin American telecommunications sector we often like to compare the progress made in developed markets like the UK, Japan and the United States. The most repeated comment that you hear regardless of the service is that the region’s service costs are much higher. It is also common to hear comments […]

0
Like
Save