Dominican court confirms access to wholesale capacity

Thursday 9 January 2014 | 16:40 CET | News
The cost of long-distance calls and internet services could be reduced in the Dominican Republic, after the Higher Administrative Court ratified a resolution from the Dominican Institute of Telecommunications (Indotel) that allows small telecom service providers to interconnect with submarine cables or high-capacity optical fibre. Indotel emphasized that the main objective is to contribute to reducing the costs of services, so that users end up paying less. The judgment also imposes on companies that own fibre-optic links or submarine cables to market them at reasonable terms for small

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Countries: Dominican Republic
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