Due to the limited level of market activity in this country, BuddeComm is now publishing this report on an "On Demand" basis. Please Contact Us for more information.
One of the most remote inhabited islands on earth, Pitcairn Island is a self governing British territory situated half way between New Zealand and Panama. Pitcairn was the second last place in the world to be directly connected to the international telecommunications network. Until recently, the island was served by a single phone line and limited Internet capacity. However, in September 2006, thanks to funding from the British Government, all homes now have a private telephone, a DSL Internet connection, and UHF TV. Please note this report is updated very infrequently and that very few statistics are available due to limited availability of information on the local telecoms market.
Number of pages 4
Last updated 23 Nov 2006
Analyst: Henry Lancaster
Paul is by far, the leading telecommunications analyst in Australia. Not only is his company's research first class and timely, it is superbly contextual to the complexities of today's modern media and communications technology. He is always extremely generous in sharing his knowledge with others and has a great ability to connect people together and be a thought leader on topics of National interest such as the NBN, FttH and Smart Grids.
Bruce Duyshart, Director Strategic Technology, Lend Lease
Latin America - Mobile Infrastructure
US$445.00 until 7 Sep 2016
(normal price US$895.00)
Latin America - Mobile Network Operators and MVNOs
US$550.00 until 7 Sep 2016
(normal price US$1,100.00)
A selection of downloadable samples from our Annual Publications catalogue.
Have the latest telecommunications industry news delivered to your inbox by subscribing to Paul's FREE weekly News & Views.