The three time zones of Chile since 2017.
Time in Chile is divided into three
time zones. Most of
Continental Chile uses the
UTC−04:00 in winter time,
UTC−03:00 in summer time, while the
Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica region uses the time offset
UTC-03:00 the whole year. Additionally,
Easter Island uses the time offset
UTC−06:00 in winter time and
UTC−05:00 .in summer time
Until 2015, Continental Chile used the time offset
UTC−04:00 and Easter Island used
UTC−06:00 for standard time, with
daylight saving time roughly between October and March every year. In January 2015 the Chilean government announced that the entire country will keep the time offset used during daylight saving time permanently.
 Indeed, there was no time change in 2015, however the annual time change was reinstated in 2016 after feedback from the public about an increase in truancy during the winter months,
 complaints about older computers and other electronic devices not using the right time zone, and fruit growers reporting a 15% loss in productivity.
Chile returned to
UTC−04:00 for winter time for 3 months starting in 2016. This begins the second Saturday of May and ends on the second Saturday of August.
 Since 2017 a new time zone in the Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica region has been implemented, having 2 different hours in Continental Chile for the first time.