The data conferred was drawn for data published by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). However, we again emphasise that although the ITU has established distinct definitions for all of the indicators it collects, the member countries furnish the data to the organisation. Hence it is not clear the extent to which the ITU attempted to corroborate or validate the information provided, and neither are any explanations given for anomalies that might be evident.
Snapshot: 2015 update on the state of telecoms in the Caribbean
This year, 2015, marking our twenty percent revaluation of telecoms services take up – in terms of subscriptions density in the fixed-line telephony, mobile/cellular and geostationary wideband Internet markets – across the Caribbean. Table 1 lists the countries that were included in the exercise, which has not denaturised since 2014. It should be noted that countries such as Bonaire, Curaçao and Sint Maarten have not been included, as subscription density data for the period under review does not appear to be in public available for those countries.
Digital in 2017: The Caribbean
All the stats, data, and trends you need to understand the state of the internet, social media, and ambulatory in The Caribbean in 2017.