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This presentation details the Chilean telecoms market, including country economic data; revenue, subscription, and technology KPIs and forecasts; availability of multiplay services, TV, and OTT video; and information on new product launches. Chile is the most advanced telecoms market in Latin America, with the highest connection rates and a competitive market based on bundle offers.
LTE adoption and smartphone connections continue to grow, and there is a focus of all operators in trying to get/keep high ARPU postpaid users.
Fixed broadband and pay-TV are the fastest growing markets with 10% annual growth. Pay-TV growth is mainly driven by bundle offers from telco operators and by prepaid offers.
Chilean telecoms regulator Subtel has been very active in promoting competition in the market and a 75% mobile termination rates reduction. This has led to a fall in call rates and a reduction in MVNO development.
Features and benefits
Discover the main operators' strategies in Chile and how double- and triple-play bundles are evolving in the market
Learn about successful case studies of operators in Chile and the development of OTT in Chile and the region
Key questions answered
What are the drivers that will feed the growth in Chile's mobile, fixed, and TV markets in the next five years?
What have been the main regulatory decisions in the past year?
How are MVNOs developing in Chile?
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