Tuesday 15 June 2021

Costa Rica Fails To Reduce Annual Telecom Tariffs

COSTA RICA BUSINESS NEWS — The Superintendencia de Telecomunicaciones (SUTEL) has failed to implement the rule requiring a decrease in the annual percentage of tariffs for regulated services, reports El Financiero.

Radiobase-espectro-e1357746613165According to the Regulations on Tariff Setting of the General Telecommunications Act, the regulator must, each year, reduce prices by a certain percentage to reflect increased operator efficiency.

However, Sutel has made no steps forward in the process since opening the market five years ago.

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The regulator has not set prices for either post-paid mobile internet and fixed internet services, as mandated by the regulations.

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