Cellular Phone Business in the Region
Cellular phone companies had revenues of $3.68 billion in Central America during 2008, an increase of 23% over 2007.
Monday, May 18, 2009
In the revenue breakdown, the growth of billing for content services is highlighted, and within these services SMS (short text messages) are included. These are the most important segments with $376 million billed in 2008. The set of content services grew from $276 million in 2007 to $480 million in 2008.
In the region, it is the country with the lowest level of penetration and lowest growth in cellular service with 1.8 million subscribers.
A new stumbling block has triggered anxiety in users who urgently need the new advanced technology. Authorities note the stage of projects for improving connectivity.
The telecommunications market in Guatemala will grow at a compound rate of 5% over the next 5 years, reaching $2.800 million in 2014.
Cable & Wireless mobile operator, +Móvil, sold 75.000 cell phones in June 2009.
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