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Brazil consults on use of femtocells

Friday 14 June 2019 | 14:49 CET | News
Brazil's National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) will hold a public consultation, lasting for 30 days, on the proposal to reevaluate the regulation on using femtocells. The proposal deals with updating the rules for marketing and use of these small stations, of up to 1 Watt of power, to improve service for fixed broadband and mobile users. According to Anatel, the re-evaluation of the regulation represents a significant step towards simplifying rules and eliminating regulatory barriers.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Anatel
Countries: Brazil
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