Home Mexican operators back zero interconnection rate
 

Keywords :   


Mexican operators back zero interconnection rate

2017-08-11 13:45:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) A total of 21 Mexican operators have joined forces to back the zero interconnection rate rule on grounds that it has resulted in lower tariffs and allowed them to invest in improving infrastructure, reports El Economista. Fixed, mobile and cable TV companies across the country have expressed their concern at America Movil's attempts to challenge the rule as part of its injunctions against the 2013-14 telecommunications reform. Article 131 of the resulting telecoms act prohibited America Movil's subsidiaries Telmex and Telcel from charging alternative operators for calls terminating in their networks due to their dominant status.

Tags: back rate operators mexican

Category:Telecommunications

Latest from this category

All news

20.10China Mobile 9-month profit grows 4.6% as data traffic doubles
20.10KPN appoints former Wind CEO Ibarra as new CEO
20.10Ericsson net loss swells to SEK 4.3 billion in Q3, sales fall 6%
20.10(When) will they or won't they? US telco merger keeps us guessing
20.10Tough quarter for Ericsson
20.10Blok out, Ibarra in: KPN gets new CEO
20.10Oman creates third mobile operator
19.10XS4ALL
Telecommunications »
21.10DreamHost Remixer
21.10Eastern North Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook
21.10Atlantic Tropical Weather Outlook
21.10Week of October 23, 2017
21.10Congratulations to 2017's Golden DBH Award Winners: The DiCarlos!
21.10Get news from SWCC
21.10Germantown (Tenn.) district presents plan to build elementary school
21.10Construction begins on new high school in Cabarrus County, N.C.
More »