Mobile Network Operators

The are 3 companies operating mobile networks in this region.

Digicel Logo

Digicel Bonaire is a key player in the telecommunications industry in Bonaire. The company began operations in July 2006 following the acquisition of Antilliano Por N.V. Today it is a subsidiary of the Digicel Group, a global communications provider with operations in 31 markets. The parent company, Digicel Group, was founded by Irish entrepreneur Denis O'Brien in 2001.

Flow Logo
Flow Bonaire is a telecommunications network operating in Bonaire. It is a trade name of the Caribbean former telecommunications provider Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC), known for marketing cable television, internet, telephone, and wireless services. Flow Bonaire came into existence following the acquisition of United Telecommunications Service (UTS) by CWC, replacing the UTS brand in the Dutch and French Caribbean. The rebranding process began in July 2015, with Flow replacing the Lime brand across the merged company. The ownership of Flow Bonaire rests with its parent company, Cable...
Telbo Kla Mobile logo

Kla Mobile (originally named Telbo) is a mobile network operating in Bonaire, part of the Netherlands Antilles. TELBO NV was originally part of Landsradiodienst. The company was incorporated March 23, 1983, although remained under the umbrella of Landsradiodienst until 1996. In 2001, after a reorganisation period the new TELBO was able to emerge as the only local company offering innovative and quality telecommunication services for the local market on Bonaire.

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