Can Xinwei break the Nicaraguan duopoly?

Doubts raised about the Chinese giant plans, while the country falls behind regional standards

Read this article to learn:

  • The changing shape of the Nicaraguan telecom industry
  • How Xinwei could change the mobile landscape and its challenges ahead
  • The regulatory environment: how Telcor could take a more active role in Nicaragua
  • Electrification challenges: covering rural Nicaragua

A country where a mobile market duopoly is in place is hardly attractive to investors and independent tower companies who usually look at potential to achieve scale, critical mass and competition among more than two carriers to launch operations. But if the same country grants a nationwide license to offer mobile, fixed, broadband, data transmission…

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