Citizens of Columbia have yet another reason to be proud this week, as LTE connectivity is now part of the nation’s infrastructure. State-owned telecom UNE EPM has officially flipped the 4G switch for Bogota and Medelin, and plans to bring similar LTE services to residents of Cali, Barranquilla, Cartagena and Bucaramanga in the near future. If all goes well, UNE EPM hopes to provide LTE coverage for 90% of Columbia’s population by year’s end. The carrier is now offering both 6GB and 12GB data packages to its post-paid subscribers starting at $ 89,900 COP ($ 50 USD) per month, which include data caps of 10Mbps. Meanwhile, prepaid users may choose between 1.2GB, 4GB and 8GB of data usage. Full PR follows the break, though you’ll have to excuse the computer translation.