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Colombia has a relatively modern telecommunications system in many respects, with a nationwide microwave radio relay system, a domestic satellite system with 41 earth stations, and a fiber-optic network linking 50 cities, but local infrastructure remains poor in rural and less populated areas. The telecom sector was liberalized in the 1990s, fostering the appearance of multiple providers of both fixed-line and mobile-cellular services at both national and local level.


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Being able to reliably communicate to anyone, anywhere, is becoming increasingly important to our personal and business lives. Our global broadband solutions are great for smaller offices, remote workers or as low cost backup solutions.

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Our global Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) solutions are great for medium and large offices. DIA is a premium connectivity offering a high quality of service in more than 180 countries around the globe.

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Get perfect Cloud Internet Access with different levels of redundancy and never lose connectivity with your important data and services such as Office 365 or Google Apps. Speed up and secure your connection to the Cloud.

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Being one point of contact for our clients, Brodynt provides consistent, high-quality ICT services regardless of the solution, place or time of service deployment.

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Get global Onsite Installation of Cisco and other networking hardware brands. The customer does not need to have any technical skills. Our locally based certified engineers will perform the onsite installation.

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Forget about the hassle of dealing with multiple suppliers around the world. Our unique Global Managed Maintenance service will give you peace of mind by having a unique point of contact for managing all your networking maintenance.

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Our IPSec VPN solutions are secure, reliable and optimized to easily deploy Hybrid MPLS WAN networks. We offer a flexible configuration as our VPN solutions can be fully adapted to our customer’s specific needs. Secured Internet Access provides cost effective VPN solutions over the public infrastructure as an Off-net/Backup solution to Private Network/MPLS services.

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We deploy and manage public WiFi Hotspots with maximum flexibility, helping customers unify the management of their global WiFi network. Keep your corporate network safe and independent from your public WiFi network.

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Our network field services are monitored by our experienced team of engineers and outdoor local technical experts that are prepared for any requirement. We are always ready for the challenge.

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The Internet penetration rate was close to 67% by the end of 2018. The country has a modern telecom system in many respects with a nationwide microwave radio relay system, a domestic satellite system with 41 earth stations, and a fiber-optic network linking 50 cities. The cable sector commands about half of the market by subscribers, with DSL having a declining share and with fiber-based broadband developing strongly. Most infrastructure as of 2018 was primarily in high-density urban areas.


Colombia has about 20 local telephony providers operating at different geographical levels. Many of these companies started as private initiatives, but they later became public agencies owned by municipalities. The number of lines continues to fall steadily, as customers tend to cancel traditional phone services and replace them with mobile connectivity. As in other Latin American countries, most of the existing fixed telephone lines are found in the larger cities, whereas the rest of the population is under-serviced. Broadband penetration is relatively high for Latin America, though growth in the sector has been hampered by poor fixed-line infrastructure. The government’s efforts to increase broadband take-up, have had remarkable success, leading to far higher growth in the number of broadband subscriptions among the lower socio-economic groups in recent years. DSL has a declining market share, and fibre-based broadband has developed strongly in highly-populated urban areas. The regulatory agency in Colombia is the Communications Regulation Commission (CRC).


Colombia heavily depends on energy and mining exports, making it vulnerable to fluctuations in commodity prices. Colombia is Latin America’s fourth largest oil producer and the world’s fourth largest coal producer, third largest coffee exporter, and second largest cut flowers exporter. Colombia’s economic development is hampered by inadequate infrastructure, poverty, narcotrafficking, and an uncertain security situation, in addition to dependence on primary commodities. The country’s economy slowed in 2017 because of falling world market prices for oil and lower domestic oil production due to insurgent attacks on pipeline infrastructure. Colombia has signed or is negotiating Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with more than a dozen countries and is a founding member of the Pacific Alliance—a regional trade block formed in 2012 by Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru to promote regional trade and economic integration.


Fixed PSTN (local, national and international): 5 (nationwide)

Cellular mobile: 9

MVNOs: 3

Licensed cable operators: 11

Cisco Certified Partners: 407


In 2003, the government liquidated the state-owned and heavily indebted Empresa Nacional deTelecomunicaciones and replaced it with Colombia Telecomunicaciones (Colombia Telecom). The measure enabled the industry to expand rapidly. Telefónica of Spain acquired 50 percent plus one share of the company in 2006. The company is now working using the Movistar brand.


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