Central America broadband penetration to hit 30.6% by 2023 - study

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The Central America region will add 1.3 million new fixed broadband accesses to total 4.2 million over the next five years and penetration will reach 30.6 percent of households by 2023, according to a report by GlobalData. Penetration is expected to end 2018 at 24.3 percent, up 1.4 points from 2017.

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Countries: Central America
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