Good question. One way available to some is have it delivered to a friend, then have that friend DHL it to your Ecuador address.
If that’s not possible, you could go to one of the many small freight forwarding and customs agent offices surrounding the airport in Quito, or to a lesser extent in Cuenca.
There, they give you the address of their PO Box in Miami (most of these agencies have one) … then you will proceed to get your mail delivered there and once in their PO Box in Miami it will be automatically forwarded to their offices in Ecuador.
The cost usually varies depending on the size and weight of the package…To give you an idea, I recently paid around $60 to receive a cell phone this way…
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