Objections by Cable & Wireless, Claro and Centennial Towers upheld in Costa Rica
The Comptroller General’s Office has ordered the telecommunications regulator, Sutel, to correct its written guidelines for the opening of Costa Rica’s mobile telephone market.
The order came in response to the objections of three companies – Cable & Wireless, Claro and Centennial Towers – that complained last week of insufficiencies in Sutel’s 200-page document outlining regulations for the new market.
A total of seven companies have expressed concerns about the lack of clarity in the document, which was released Aug. 30.
Original source: Tico Times