The preliminary draft sent to the commission for regulatory improvement proposes annual prices of up to 76.8 pesos (US$4) per utility pole used for telecom deployments.
BNamericas takes a look at the year ahead in the Brazilian telecom market, and particularly the players that are ripe for (much needed) acquisitions.
A look at the latest tenders and procurement processes involving ICT in Latin America.
Creditors of the Brazilian telco approved Latin America's largest-ever restructuring plan, worth nearly US$20bn.
As newcomers to the market, Entel and Bitel have been able to charge higher interconnection rates to their larger competitors Claro and Movistar, a benefit that runs out in 2018.
The carrier claims that the deal with regulator Anatel puts an end to the legal wrangling of fines and benefits users, but critics see it as an unfair privilege.