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Latin American Fixed Broadband Services Markets

Competition from Triple and Quadruple Play Drives Adoption

  • Research Code : ND2A-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : TE00383-NA-MR_01954
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  • Release Date : 19-Mar-2014
  • Region : North America
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This study focuses on analyzing new trends in the fixed broadband services market in Latin America. It also provides market size and forecast for revenues and lines in service for the entire region as well as the important countries in the region such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela. There is further analysis on the basis of the three technology segmentsADSL, cable modem, and FTTH. In addition, the study also provides market share analysis for each country. Furthermore, drivers contributing to the growth of the fixed broadband market and restraints deterring market penetration and revenue growth have also been identified.

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