The transport and communications ministry has again insisted that the December 31 analog switch-off will take place.
The Central American country becomes the 13th Latin American nation to opt for this standard.
The decline in the sector contributed to a 1.9% contraction in Brazil's GDP in April-June compared with the previous quarter.
Peruvian engineering and infrastructure giant Graña y Montero continues with its M&A strategy as it aims to offer a full services portfolio for infrastructure projects.
BNamericas anticipated the deal in May after TIM's network engineering director Marco di Costanzo revealed during a smart city event in Curitiba, in May that TIM was in talks with suppliers for a three-year national contract for small cells.
Telefônica/Vivo is the only one of the major telecom players operating in Brazil to oppose offering packages to clients with "free" access to social networks or instant messaging apps. The company's chief revenue officer (CRO) Christian Gebara tells BNamericas why.