Telephone companies in Panama fight over interconnection
The telephone company war is at its climax and the fighting has now been transferred to the media.
Monday, December 1, 2008
Digicel, one of the companies which will enter the market in December, gave the first blow. Using an advertising campaign with the phrase "Movistar stop blocking competition" accused Telefonica Panama of using "tactics and last minutes attempts to delay the entrance of competitors in the market."
Claro has filed an appeal with the Costa Rican Superintendency of Telecomunitions denouncing the agreement.
Businessmen expressed concern at recent actions taken by ICE.
The regulatory body has not yet approved the tariffs for interconnection with the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad.
The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad said it withdrew the lawsuit in a conflict it has with Sutel.
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