Reform of Telecommunications Act

If approved, the usufruct of radio, television and telephony frequencies would be extended to 25 years.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The reform of the Telecommunications Act will allow beneficiaries of radio, telephone and television frequencies, who have been given usufruct for 15 years to request an extension to 25 years.

"If the law is passed, the Superintendency of Telecommunications (SIT) 'shall, no later than 15 days after filing the request for extension of the lease, provide the titles for a period of 25 years.'

If the SIT for some reason does not respond to the petition, 'administrative silence will operate, in the sense that the extension requested by the interested party shall be given and shall take effect from the date of expiration of the extension of which was requested'

The proposal, which could become law, states that on the effective date 'it is understood' that the term of the usufruct of frequency spectrum is for 25 years", reported

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