Cullen International’s latest LATAM Telecoms Update highlights policy developments affecting the regulation of radio spectrum, wholesale networks and consumer protection in six major LATAM markets.
Brazil consulted on the allocation of the 4.9 GHz band and Peru proposed a new allocation of the 410-430 MHz band.
Colombia consulted on 5G development, approved new spectrum caps and set new rules on spectrum licence transfers.
Chile announced a connectivity plan, while the Mexican state-owned operator announced two connectivity projects totalling US$750m.
Other news includes Argentina authorising a new retail price increase, and Peru establishing a maximum tariff for service reconnection, while also proposing a new productivity factor for Telefonica´s price cap.
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