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TV & Internet in Quito


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Television

The most common option for television is cable tv, which you can purchase in one package together with internet and telephone. Depending on the package you pay for, you can get up to 200 different channels. Prices range from approximately $20 USD for a package for around 100 channels and $55 USD for a package of 200 channels. A triple package with internet, telephone and television starts at $40 USD, approximately. After buying a package, a technician of the company comes to your house to install the services.

For more information on packages, check the website of TV Cable.

Internet and WiFi

In most cases, people buy their landline plan together with WIFI. When you contracted a provider, a specialist comes to your house to install the internet line.

The main providers:

  • CNT
  • TV Cable
  • Claro

Internet Cafés

Internet cafés are common in Quito and other cities in Ecuador and also serve as a place to print documents. Printing a page costs between $0.05 USD for a black and white print, and $0.50 USD for a color print. The use of internet cost approximately $1,00 USD per hour. Most of the internet cafes are small and do not have online services, but you find them in commercial areas like La Mariscal and Carolina Park.

Update 24/01/2019


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