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Leased Lines
The leased lines service has a great variety of technologies and speeds offered to users, and presented a slight decrease in connections for the 2013-2014 period, with a percentage variation of -0.5%. This reflected in the total income closing 2014, where a decrease of 1.25% was perceived. Finally, it is important to indicate that the 42% of connections for this service are being offered on IP-VPN, followed by 22.3% on digital technologies in high speed like MPLS.

Graphic 1.Costa Rica: Total Leased Line Connections2012 - 2014

Source: SUTEL, Directorate-General for Markets

Graphic 2. Costa Rica: Total Income Generated by Leased Line Connections2012-2014Figures in millions

Source: SUTEL, Directorate-General for Markets

Graphic 3. Costa Rica: Connections to Leased Lines2013-2014
Figures at the end of each quarter

Source: SUTEL, Directorate-General for Markets

Graphic 4. Costa Rica: Total Income Generated by Leased Lines Connections2013-2014Figures in millions colones by quarter

Source: SUTEL, Directorate-General for Markets

Graphic 5. Costa Rica: Distribution of Leased Line Connections by Technology2014

Source: SUTEL, Directorate-General for Markets

Graphic 6. Costa Rica: Distribution of Leased Line Connections by Group of Operators2014

Source: SUTEL, Directorate-General for Markets