Telecoms in Guatemala Generated $2,400 million in 2011

A study by Pyramid Research says that the telecommunications market in 2011 generated revenues of $2,400 million.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Of the total, 69% ($1,600 million) corresponds to the mobile phone business and the rest is divided between internet, cable television and fixed telephony services.

"Guatemala is one of the countries with the fastest growth of mobile telephone use, the number of lines increased from 64,194 in 1997 to over 18.5 million in June 2011 with an average of 127 lines per100 inhabitants due to market privatization and the arrival of 2 new operators in the market", reported

Growth projections provided by Pyramid Research indicate that the telecommunications market will grow at an annual rate of 4.6% reaching $3,000 million in 2016.

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