51% of the country’s internet users are willing to change providers if they receive tempting alternative offers.
As for mobile telephony, 36% of the clients say they don’t mind changing providers.
An article in Elfinancierocr.com discusses the findings of a survey conducted among Costa Ricans by the University of Costa Rica. It provides insights as to how will internet and mobile phone users behave when the telecom market opens to new competitors.
Panama imported $190 million worth of mobile phones in 2008, at a time when Claro was not operating in the country and Digicel was just starting.
This industry is growing at rapid pace, fueled by the fast advances in technology, as new features are being added almost constantly: longer lasting batteries, internet navigation, video calls, GPS, etc.
Panama's mobile phone penetration stands at 115%, meaning that each Panamanian uses more than one device on average.
Service Provider, focus on Central America Telecommunications market. Mobile Network Roll-Out from Site adquisition a Civil Works to Network Integración and Optimization. Project Management consultant
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (502) 2386 1010 - (502) 5200 9100
Distributor for Garmin satellite navigation equipment in Costa Rica, as well as GIS digital maps for use with Garmin GPS, Magellan, and phones with GPS navigation capability.
Operates in Costa Rica and Guatemala
Phone: (506) 2234-7845