According to Colombia’s premier tech publication (Enter.co), internal web traffic in the country has doubled in less than two years. Along with Argentina and Brazil, Colombia has seen half of its population go online. While connectivity is at an all time high, speed of connection is still lacking, an area in which Colombia joins its slowly connected neighbors Argentina, Peru and Venezuela.
With the arrival of streaming services like Netflix, Colombian media consumption parallels that of the developed world; however, its digital infrastructure is still lacking, failing to make those services function in a seamless manner. In January of 2013, the Colombian government will auction off contracts awarding private contractors 4G frequencies, which will bring the country faster internet, and with it the capacity for (among other things) 3D television.