Interested parties have until November 22nd to seek any clarification or file objections to the amendments published.
"As reported by the Superintendence of Telecommunications (Sutel), the main change relates to the process of direct concession of the microwave links, which now provide greater assurance to participants", published La Prensa Libre on their website.
The regulatory body has not yet approved the tariffs for interconnection with the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad.
The Telecommunications Superintendence (Sutel) published in the official newspaper the changes to the terms and conditions of the bid process but does not provide for Interconnection Reference Offer (IRO).
Despite changes to bid terms requested by the Comptroller General, the bid remains on schedule.
Elfinancierocr.com reports that George Miley, Chairman of Telecommunications Superintendence (Sutel), stated, "Until we can evaluate the elements that will suffer changes we cannot say we are going to change the dates. Therefore, until otherwise stated, dates remain the same."
The Comptroller General of Costa Rica, considering appeals filed by several companies, ordered changes.
Claims submitted by companies Cable & Wireless Costa Rica, Claro Costa Rica and Centennial Towers indicated the absence of key information, such as related to price caps (to end users), the cost of interconnection to ICE and fees to be paid to Sutel.
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