Customers in developing countries are paying up to four times as much for data services when income differences are factored in, according to a new policy brief from the ITU and the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI).
News from several countries across Central and Latin America has emerged in the past few days, with regulators laying out plans for the year to come.
Trade association the GSMA tipped the Latin American telecoms market to reach 15 million 5G connections by 2022, as the continent recently saw network launches in Brazil and Uruguay and spectrum auctions lined up next year.
A new report from the GSMA cautions that while operators look to the future of 4G and 5G, they must not disregard their legacy 2G and 3G networks.
Madagascar's strengthening economic output is helping to increase consumer spend on telecom services, reports Research & Markets.