Mexican telecommunications regulator (IFT) published the guidelines for the deployment, access, and shared use of telecommunications and broadcasting infrastructure.
These operating rules seek to promote the development of infrastructure such as public telecommunications networks, broadcasting stations, and complementary equipment, and encourage companies to share their infrastructure.
The document that was published in the official gazette of the nation (DOF) states that it is intended to “establish conditions that allow the access of different concessionaires to the infrastructure elements of other concessionaires installed in buildings, shopping centers, subdivisions, hotels or any other real estate, in order to promote the efficient development of telecommunications and broadcasting and the provision of such services under conditions of competition and free competition.”
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