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Peru and Bolivia team up against mobile theft

Monday 7 November 2016 | 14:35 CET | News
Peruvian telecom services regulator Osiptel and transport and communications ministry MTC have signed an agreement with Bolivia's public works ministry and telecommunications and transport regulation authority ATT to join forces in the fight against the trafficking of stolen mobile phones. Under the terms of the agreement, the countries will exchange information on mobile devices reported as stolen in the respective countries to ensure they cannot be used. They also pledged to step up efforts against the theft of equipment and cooperate in areas of public safety.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: ATT Bolivia / MTC / Osiptel
Countries: Bolivia / Peru
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