This page has just been updated and has great information about Internet usage in North, Central and South America.
On Sunday June 26, 2016 the new expansion to the Panama Canal was inaugurated by the President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela. Here is a good article and video from the Washington Post. [quads id=”1″]
According to Sutel, the Costa Rica Telecommunications Agency, there are now 4,028,302 Internet subscribers in the country, 88% of them correspond to Mobile Internet. For the latest statistics, visit Internet World Stats.
Spanish Speakers in the Internet amounted to 222,406,379 persons at year-end 2013, and represent 7.9% of the total Internet users in the world. Spanish is the third language in importance in the Internet, after English which is first and Chinese (Mandarin) that is second, according to Internet World Stats.
The largest Spanish speaking country in Internet is Mexico, with over 52 million persons using the Internet, followed by Spain with over 35 million Internet users. There are 21 countries in the world where Spanish is the official language. Read more.
Ecuador has reached 12,116,687 Internet users as of June 2014, according to Supertel, the country’s Telecommunications Regulating Agency. The penetration rate is 77.4%, a very impressive figure that also includes the Mobile Internet users. Read more