Friday, 19 July 2013

Colombia - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband And Forecasts: Most Popular Report Available At MarketresearchReports.biz

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BuddeComm’s yearly update of Colombia - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband, and Forecasts provides a comprehensive overview of the trends and developments in the telecommunications market of Colombia, including the regulator’s statistics, company data, and other industry indicators to the end of 2012, as well as estimates for 2013 and expected market developments in the coming years.


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Mobile market

Although below the regional average, Colombia’s mobile penetration is quite high compared with the country’s relatively low economic indicators. While the market has slowed down, it still holds significant growth potential, particularly in the mobile broadband sector where penetration is still very low. The years 2010-2013 have brought significant changes to the Colombian mobile environment, with the launch of several MVNOs and the arrival of 4G/LTE technology, among others.

Mobile Network Operators

Three Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) dominate the mobile market: Claro, Movistar, and Tigo. The leader is Claro, with a 61% market share, but its subscriber base has been gradually shrinking since 2009. Local trunking service provider Avantel serves a small number of mostly corporate customers using digital iDEN technology. UNE operates a 4G/LTE network in six Colombian cities.

Mobile Virtual Network Operators

Colombia has six Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), with UNE being both an MNO and an MVNO. Uff! Móvil, UNE, ETB, and Móvil Éxito offer mobile voice and internet services over Tigo’s network, while Metrotel and Virgin Mobile have entered into wholesale agreements with Movistar.


Mobile market

Although below the regional average, Colombia’s mobile penetration is quite high compared with the country’s relatively low economic indicators. While the market has slowed down, it still holds significant growth potential, particularly in the mobile broadband sector where penetration is still very low. The years 2010-2013 have brought significant changes to the Colombian mobile environment, with the launch of several MVNOs and the arrival of 4G/LTE technology, among others.

Mobile Network Operators

Three Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) dominate the mobile market: Claro, Movistar, and Tigo. The leader is Claro, with a 61% market share, but its subscriber base has been gradually shrinking since 2009. Local trunking service provider Avantel serves a small number of mostly corporate customers using digital iDEN technology. UNE operates a 4G/LTE network in six Colombian cities.

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Mobile Virtual Network Operators

Colombia has six Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), with UNE being both an MNO and an MVNO. Uff! Móvil, UNE, ETB, and Móvil Éxito offer mobile voice and internet services over Tigo’s network, while Metrotel and Virgin Mobile have entered into wholesale agreements with Movistar.




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