Telecommunications in Guatemala include radio, television, fixed and mobile telephones, and the Internet.
See also: List of television stations in Guatemala
See also: Telephone numbers in Guatemala
Guatemala's incumbent telephone company is TELGUA, which won the bidding for the privatization of the government run GUATEL.
|International Operator||Brand||Users||Technology||Web Site|
|América Móvil||Claro/PCS Digital||3,591,138 (June 2007)||CDMA 1x EVDO Rev 0 1900 MHz, GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1900 MHz, UMTS/HSPA 1900 MHz (1.5 Mbit/s) with video calling and data services available.||Claro Guatemala|
|Telefónica||Movistar||2,514,612 (June 2007)||CDMA 1x EVDO Rev A 1900 MHz and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 1900 MHz, UMTS/HSPA 1900 MHz (7.2 Mbit/s) with data services only available.||Movistar Guatemala|
|Millicom / Local partners||TIGO/COMCEL||3,116,998 (June 2007)||TDMA/N-AMPS (to be shut down) and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850 MHz, UMTS/HSDPA 850 MHz (3.6 Mbit/s) with video calling and data services available||TIGO Guatemala|
|Digicel Group||Digicel must be launched before June 18, 2008[needs update]||[needs update]||Planned GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900 MHz||Digicel Group|
|2009||~2.3 million, 72nd in the world|
|2012||~2.3 million, 86th in the world; 16.0% of the population, 153rd in the world|
In 2011 the OpenNet Initiative reported no evidence of Internet filtering in Guatemala.
Guatemala's constitution protects freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and individual privacy, however, government officials routinely violate these rights. Recent constitutional reforms have legalized various electronic surveillance techniques that threaten online privacy.