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Telecommunications Outlook 2016: Enough Momentum to Pull Through the Crisis

Telecommunications Outlook 2016: Enough Momentum to Pull Through the Crisis

Figure - Mobile Broadband Increasingly Important in LatAm

Got Reform?
Figure - Reliance on Mobile Internet Varies Between Countries
Figure - Mobile Internet as Component of All Mobile vs All Internet

Spectrum as a Catalyst for Investment
Figure - Upcoming Spectrum Auctions in Latin America

Brazil: Patience is a Virtue

Mexico Soldiering On
Figure - Increasing Reliance on Smartphones in the Region

Signs of Confidence Elsewhere
Figure - Internet Connection Speed: LatAm Needs to Catch up
Figure - More Backbone Means More FTTH

MVNO Model Still Evolving
Figure - MVNOs Have Significant Share in Colombia

DTT Opportunities
Figure - Countries Jostle in Pay TV Growth Race


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Brazil's pay TV segment has reported zero growth, and Caribbean mobile group Digicel cancelled its IPO. One can point to recent crisis effects in every country. But beneath it all, people in Latin America and the Caribbean continue consuming telecom services and even building additional services on top of them. And there is no let up on the pressure to deploy higher bandwidth services, whether fixed or mobile. Most governments continue drafting national ICT agendas, aware that the potential for digital inclusion to contribute to GDP growth is now more critical than ever. So to some degree the telecom sector exudes a 'business as usual' attitude, and there are plenty of legal changes and ongoing sector development projects that promise to support that stance during 2016. This month's Intelligence Series highlights the most dynamic markets in the region, as well as the sector categories that are most likely to attract investment in 2016.

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