New Cable Operators in Panama

9 companies are currently installing coaxial and fiber optic networks to provide their services in the country.

Monday, November 30, 2009

According to data from public services authority ASEP, these enterprises are: Compañía de Comunicaciones, Corporación de Frecuencias, Technical Information Group, Very-Cable, Panama Telecom, Hi-Tech Cable Panama, Mocatel Tecnology, International Contact Center and Advanced Communication Network.

"Most of them seek to grab market share both in Panama City as in the rest of the country, where cable had long been considered a 'luxury service', but this situation has been changing with the country's economic growth and communications development", reports

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