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2014 Predictions for Telecommunications Services in Latin America

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2014 Predictions for Telecommunications2014 Predictions for Telecommunications Services in Latin America PR Newswire SAO PAULO, January 7, 2014 -- Frost & Sullivan hosts a complimentary webinar discussing the regulatory, technology and competitive trends that will impact the telecommunications market in 2014 WHEN: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 13:00 BRT LOCATION: Online, with free registration Renato Pasquini, Telecommunications Industry Manager for Frost SPEAKERS: & Sullivan's Information and Communication Technologies Practice The year 2013 saw the rollout of ultra-broadband and LTE networks in several Latin American countries, as well as the development of new business models that add value to Telcos' offerings. The increasing competition within the market has not only changed the tariff schemes for data plans, which became more innovative, but has also altered the strategic positioning of Telcos, thus becoming full service providers that have the ability to compete in new markets such as IT, financial services and healthcare. The briefing will underline Frost & Sullivan's key predictions for 2014, focusing on the implications of competitive dynamics as companies catch the wave of new fixed and mobile services and applications opportunities. The presentation will help attendees improve their understanding of the telecommunications market dynamics in Latin America.

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2014 Predictions for Telecommunications Services in Latin America

PR Newswire

-- Frost & Sullivan hosts a complimentary webinar discussing the regulatory, technology and competitive trends that will impact the telecommunications market in 2014

WHEN:             

Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 13:00 BRT

LOCATION:       

Online, with free registration

SPEAKERS:     

Renato Pasquini, Telecommunications Industry Manager for Frost & Sullivan's Information and Communication Technologies Practice