Telecommunications company Claro (América Móvil) is developing an aggressive plan in Latin America for investment in fiber optic networks (FTTH) and launch of IPTV services operating on such networks. Within the plan, the company has begun to offer various IPTV packs in Central American markets. It is operating in Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Panama.
The countries listed above join the group of Latin American markets in which Claro has been offering fiber optic technology Pay TV for some time, namely: Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Chile and Peru. All this shows América Móvil’s commitment to its regional fiber optic and IPTV plan.
Although they vary from country to country, Claro IPTV plans available in Central America are included either in double play packs (Internet + TV) or triple play packs (Internet + TV + fixed phone service). In order to promote the sale of its product, the operator highlights that it is a “one hundred percent digital signal without interruptions.”