The government sees ICT reform as essential to boost falling investment in infrastructure.
The company recently announced it intends to offer satellite broadband services to rural and difficult to reach areas of Mexico.
The operator said it will build 86 new base stations and upgrade another 28 existing sites for US$8mn to accelerate the deployment of 4G and 4.5G services.
The company is also pushing for a migration of the country's security services radio network to a proprietary technology standard.
The prototype developed with energy group Galp was finished this year as part of a three-year research project to create an AI-based advisory tool to help geoscientists enhance seismic interpretation.
Telecoms companies will pay state utility CFE by weight to access electricity posts.
The market leaders at the end of Q2 were Samsung, Huawei and Motorola.