Nicaragua - telecommunications
Ley General de Telecomunicaciones y Servicios Postales de Nicaragua Ley N°200 de las leyes de Nicaragua (General Telecommunications and Postal Services Law of Nicaragua) Fuente / Source: Asamblea de Nicaragua (Todos los derechos reservados/All rights reserved) Vigencia / Enactment: July 21st, 1995Send to a Friend | Report a Broken Link
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Ley de Reforma a la Ley General de Telecomunicaciones y Servicios Postales de Nicaragua
Fuente / Source: Asamblea de Nicaragua (Todos los derechos reservados/All rights reserved)
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Nicaragua has the second lowest teledensity in Latin America, after Haiti. Yet 2004 brought a few major changes to the telecom market: América Móvil acquired Enitel, previously the state-owned monopoly operator of fixed-line services; América Móvil applied for authorization to merge its mobile subsidiary Aló PCS with Enitel Movil, the mobile arm of Enitel; BellSouth completed the sale of its Nicaraguan unit TCN BellSouth to Telefónica Móviles. As a result, the telecom market in Nicaragua has become a duopoly between Telefónica Móviles and América Móvil. The much awaited telecom liberalisation took place, officially, in April 2005 – proper implementation, however, has been delayed by political and legal wrangles.
Author: Paul Budde Communications Pty Ltd. (Australia).
Date: January, 2006.Send to a Friend | Report a Broken Link
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