Brazil telecom sector funds contribute BRL 6.8 bln to state coffers in 2018

Friday 12 April 2019 | 13:28 CET | News
Telecom sector funds collected BRL 6.8 billion for public coffers in 2018, according to a survey by the Brazilian Telecommunications Association (Telebrasil). For Fistel (Telecommunications Inspection Fund) alone, the amounts raised were BRL 2.6 billion, coming mainly from mobile phone and mobile internet prices, since each Sim card is charged an annual fee of BRL 8.85. 

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