Brazil sees 17% drop in telecom service complaints in June

Tuesday 13 August 2019 | 11:04 CET | News
The number of complaints against telecommunications operators sent to Brazil's National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) in June fell 17.2 percent compared to May, to 218,356. Fixed telephony complaints fell by 22.1 percent to 44,686; complaints on postpaid mobile telephony dropped by 17.6 percent to 76,340; pay-TV saw 15.3 percent less complaints to 26,548; fixed broadband complaints dropped 15.1 percent to 41,867; and mobile prepaid complaints were lower by 12.4 percent at 27,823.

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Categories: General
Companies: Anatel
Countries: Brazil
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