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Paraguay’s mobile operators, CONATEL and GSMA unite to tackle handset theft

Through GSMA Latin America “We Care” Campaign, Claro, Personal, Tigo and Vox Will exchange stolen device information, allowing users

GSMA announces latest event updates for 2018 “Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA”

Executives from AEG, AT&T Mobility & Entertainment, Boingo Wireless, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless to Keynote

Consumers in developing Latin American countries are hard hit by high spectrum prices, finds GSMA study

Policy decisions on Spectrum remain a key obstacle to Digital Inclusion across the region. Better spectrum pricing

Mobile Gender Gap Webinar

Do you know what the mobile ownership or mobile internet gender gap in your region is? Can you estimate the revenue that operators are missing out on by not closing these gender gaps? Are you aware of the key barriers to mobile internet adoption for your region? Mobile is a ...

Closing the mobile gender gap

Mats Granryd Director General, GSMA Mobile has the power to transform lives. In my role as Director General of the GSMA, I have seen firsthand how mobile can empower women by making them feel safer and more connected and by giving them access to information and ...

Take part in the Webinar of the group for the Strategy & Innovation Forum

In Spanish on: 25 July In Portuguese on: 1 August Times: 2.30 pm GMT: 9:30 am central time (Mexico), 10:30 am (Miami), 11:30 am São Paulo / Buenos Aires Platform: BlueJeans Registration: Alexis Arancibia Topics How operators view future 5G services The 5G era: what we know ...

ASIET and GSMA express concern about uncertainty over spectrum, a vital resource for Chile’s digital future

International industry associations underscore the need to maintain legal certainty and security to boost

International dialogue – flashback

The GSMA has been privileged to help shape the W20 recommendations, which will provide an actionable roadmap for the G20 nations to drive gender equality policies around the world. These recommendations underline the importance of closing the digital gender gap by removing ...

How the consultation process works

The process of international dialogue spans seven months and is conducted by expert organizations which, joining forces with the W20’s Content Management, will put forth the main topics to be developed together with the delegates. The delegates, representing the twenty ...

Mobile technology key to protecting environment and tackling climate change in Latin America,
 finds new GSMA/IDB study

New report highlights ICT sector as catalyst for low-carbon revolution

GSMA and W20 announce call to action to close digital gender gap ahead of G20 Summit

As part of its role within the W20, the GSMA has backed a series of recommendations to promote digital

GSMA reveals first keynote speakers for 2018 “GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA”

Executives from HBO, Nokia, Samsung Sprint and the LA Department of Transportation to Keynote; Sponsors, Additional Participating Companies, Exhibitors and Programs Announced  June 05, 2018, Atlanta: The GSMA announced the first confirmed speakers for the second Mobile World ...

ICT ministers, regulators and private sector leaders will attend Latin American Telecommunications Congress 2018

The ICT ministries of Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica and Cuba will be

Digital inclusion Paula Ferrari GSMA interviews Eleonora Rabinovich from Google

GSMA We Care Mexico: mobile industry will collaborate to close the digital gender gap

AT&T, Telcel and Telefónica Movistar Commit to Work Together for Gender Equality and Empowerment of Girls

The GSMA submits recommendations to Mexico’s presidential candidates to maximise benefits of digital economy

The proposal includes specific measures and key policy areas that will allow Mexico

Sustainability is business for mobile industry: CEOs and regulatory authorities discuss responsible business in Panama

Public-private collaboration, responsible business, and how to maximise the socioeconomic benefits of mobile internet were the key topics at GSMA Latin America Plenary Meeting #46, held on 10 and 11 May in Panama City. The CEOs of mobile operators in Panama and leading ...

GSMA: Central America’s Mobile Economy is Being Left Behind

Urgent Policy Reforms Needed to Deliver the Latest Generation of Mobile Broadband Services; Only 5 Per Cent of Central American Population

Gsma We Care Panama: mobile operators join forces to address disaster response and gender equality

Claro, Digicel and Telefónica Movistar Support UN Sustainable Development Goals with Launch of We Care with GSMA