"The Superintendence will now issue a report recommending to the Executive Branch to award or not the two bands, but it is expected for the recommendation to be positive," states the article in Informador.com.mx.
If the process proceeds as planned, both companies said they would be operational before the end of this year.
Starting at 6:30 pm the financial bids submitted by Claro and Telefonica will be known.
In the presence of representatives from both companies, the Telecommunications Superintendence (Sutel) will uncover the proposals.
La Prensa Libre published on its website: "representatives of the two mobile carriers must be present in case of a possible tie in order to immediately make a counteroffer, so the frequencies can be awarded."
The company is looking to introduce its brand via offering satellite TV and later cell phone services.
Ricardo Taylor, general manager for Claro in Costa Rica, told La Nación that the company had already asked the government for a frequency through which to transmit the satellite signal it uses to provide customers with its service.
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