Telephone companies to invest $300 million in Honduras

In 2009, Digicel will invest between $150 and $200 million, Tigo between $100 and $150 million and Claro between $50 and $100 million.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Elheraldo.hn reports: "There has been a historic amount of investment in cellular phones in Honduras.

This behavior will continue in the medium term, executives from Tigo, Claro and Digicel agreed, although they preferred to speak anonymously so as not to reveal their strategies.

The executives believe that the minimum investment by the telcoms will be around $300 million.

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Nicaragua: $20 million for Telecommunications

August 2016

Using a World Bank loan coverage and internet telephony will be expanded in the North Caribbean Coast, the South Caribbean Coast, the Autonomous Region, and Rio San Juan and Managua.

From a statement issued by the World Bank:


MANAGUA, August 17, 2016 – The World Bank (WB) and the Government of Nicaragua signed today an agreement to implement a project aimed at increasing broadband access and make further progress in the development of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs), especially in the Caribbean region of Nicaragua.

Digicel Announces Investments in El Salvador

December 2012

The President of Grupo Digicel has announced investments over the next eighteen months of more than $40 million.

In his short visit to El Salvador, Denis O'Brien was interviewed about the expansion, with topics covered such as the Salvadoran authorities refusal to authorize the sale of Digicel to Claro and the company’s future investments in the country.

Costa Rican Telecoms Market Shakes Up

July 2010

The upcoming publication of the conditions for the opening up of telecommunications leads operators to request clearer rules.

Telecommunication companies have asked Costa Rica's Telecommunications Regulator (SUTEL) to provide greater clarity in several areas including procedures for installing Radio Bases, interfacing with networks belonging to the state-owned electricity and telecommunications provider (ICE), and microwave communication.

Telecomm in El Salvador: $1.9 Billion in 2010

May 2010

A study by Signals Telecom Consulting estimated that in 2015 Salvadoran telecommunications companies will sell more than $1.870 million.

“This is because companies have already started to create ‘combos’ with their services (landline, mobile, cable and Internet), in order to increase their revenues and retain more customers”, reported Laprensagrafica.com.

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