Costa Rica Publishes Cellular Telephony Bidding Rules
The criteria for companies wishing to bid for one of the mobile telephony concessions is available to the public from today and interested parties have 45 working days to present offers.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
The Costa Rican government will grant concessions for three frequencies on the radio-electric spectrum to enable the development of the cell phone market.
The Costa Rica state telecom company is moving away from the purpose that justifies its existence and is impeding the exercise of the popular will in terms of the cellular market opening up.
After one year of competition in mobile communications, the changes that have taken place reveal a market that is different from how many expected.
The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad said it withdrew the lawsuit in a conflict it has with Sutel.
Costa Rican municipalities are analyzing how to charge for the commercial use of mobile telephony antennas.
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