We have a major metropolitan network coverage in the most important cities in Latin America. We have 34,000+ buildings connected to our network, 74,000+ buildings feasible to connect, 4,200+ towers connected, 750+ poles leased and 1,900+ populations connected, all of them through end-to-end fiber-optic, which makes our network one of the best.
In Guatemala, the metropolitan fiber optic network covers many kilometers in Guatemala City, Xela (Quetzaltenango), Escuintla, Huehuetenango, Coban and Santa Cruz del Quiche among others, with presence in the 22 departmental capitals.
In El Salvador, our urban fiber optic network includes, among others, the cities of San Salvador, San Miguel, Santa Ana and Soyapango.
Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, Danlí and Puerto Cortés are some of the cities that contain the fastest deployment of metropolitan fiber optic.
We have a metro optical fiber network deployed in all major cities of Nicaragua, such as: Managua, Matagalpa, Chinandega, Jinotega, Leon and Masaya.
In Costa Rica, our metropolitan fiber optic network has an impressive coverage in the GAM – Gran Área Metropolitana, which includes San José, Alajuela, Heredia, Cartago, as well as some of the rural areas of the country, including connectivity with all the main submarine fiber cables at Puerto Limón and Esterillos.
We have spectacular fiber optic capillarity in the main cities of Panama, such as Panama City, David, Colón, Penonomé, Santiago and Chorrera, among many others.
The extended metropolitan network in Colombia covers many kilometers in Bogota, Barranquilla, Cali, Medellin, Cartagena, Bucaramanga, Valledupar, Monteria, Santa Marta, Sincelejo and Rio Hacha.
We have a metropolitan network deployed in all major cities of Ecuador, such as: Guayaquil, Quito, Santo Domingo, Quevedo, Babahoyo, Cuenca, Ibarra and Tulcán.
In Perú, our fiber optic network has an important coverage with rings of protection in the country’s most important city: Lima.
We have fiber capillarity in the main cities of Paraguay, such as Gran Asunción, Encarnación, Ciudad del Este, Pedro Juan Caballero and Salto del Guairá, among many others.
We have metropolitan fiber optic coverage in Santiago. The capillarity of the network is in the process of being deployed.
Mexico’s metropolitan optical fiber network is under development, which will cover a large number of kilometers in México City, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Mérida, Cancún, Chetumal, Puebla, Chiapas and Tapachula.
We have important metropolitan fiber optic coverage in Sao Paulo, with the experience of Netell Telecom, a Brazilian company.