Anguilla, a British overseas territory in the Caribbean, despite its geographical challenges and small population, has a robust telecommunications sector with widespread coverage of both mobile and broadband services. The island's hilly terrain and scattered population have necessitated innovative solutions, including the strategic placement of telecoms infrastructure to maximise coverage. However, the island's susceptibility to hurricanes poses a major challenge, with considerable investment needed in resilient infrastructure. The Anguilla Public Utilities Commission (APUC) regulates the sector, ensuring competitive pricing and service accessibility for residents and businesses.

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Regulatory Body
Anguilla Public Utilities Commission
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Mobile Network Operators

The are 2 companies operating mobile networks in this region.

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Digicel Group launched its Digicel Anguilla network in December 2005. Digicel Group launched in Jamaica in 2001, and has since expanded rapidly spaning across 31 markets in the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific.

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Flow Anguilla, a telecommunications company, operates within the Caribbean island of Anguilla. The company, part of the larger Flow network, offers a range of services including internet, television, landline and mobile services to both individual and business customers. Flow Anguilla was established following the acquisition of Cable & Wireless by Liberty Global in 2015, which led to the rebranding of the company as Flow. As such, Flow Anguilla is ultimately owned by Liberty Latin America, a leading telecommunications company with operations across the Caribbean and Latin America.
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