Dominican Republic's telecom watchdog Indotel regulates and monitors the development of the local market and promotes services within the framework of free, fair and effective competition. In 2014, Indotel created a commission to study how to lower internet access prices. The Dominican Republic was the first country in Latin America to join the Alliance for Affordable Internet, a coalition committed to bringing low-cost internet to developing countries. The following year the regulator announced its new rules regarding telephony and broadband services, including a cooperation agreement with the national institute for consumer protection and the opening of 32 customer service centers around the country.
Instituto Dominicano de las Telecomunicaciones
Av. Abraham Lincoln 962, Santo Domingo, Dominican R.