Panama: $2.2 Billion in Broadband and Paid TV

A report by Signals Telecom Consulting indicates that in 2015, Panamanian telecoms will sell $2.2 billion in broadband and paid TV services.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

According to the study, the broadband competition currently revolves around providing higher access speeds.

“Cable & Wireless and Cable Onda are the largest competitors in fixed services. They offer broadband connection services up to 5 Mbps. Panama is the most advanced market in Central America, as such speeds are not available in the rest of the countries”, explained Elías Vicente, Senior Analyst at Signals Telecom Consulting.

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