Brazilian telecom watchdog Anatel has postponed the deadline for public hearings on the ISP quality targets regulation, agency said in a statement.
Suggestions and observations on the measure can now be made before Anatel until September 16.
This way, the agency meets halfway the requests made by national union of telephone companies and mobile service providers, Sinditelebrasil. The companies wanted 90 days more to discuss controversial issues, such as the proposed broadband quality test.
The general plan for universalization goals (PGMU) decree, however, establishes that ISP quality targets must be implemented by end-October.