CNT would not pay for Market hoarding

The Telecommunications Law will be debated today in the Plenary of the National Assembly, where the new direction of telecommunications will be defined. The plenary session will address the bill for the sector in second debate. In addition to creating public entities to regulate...

Regional meeting to discuss the future of mobile networks started

The Plenary Meeting # 42 is held from yesterday until November 26 in Quito, organized by GSMA, Latin America. The appointment is debating issues like: Deployment of fourth generation (4G LTE), telecommunications policies and technological advances, among others. Roberto Aspiazu,...

Salary table will be set for telecommunication companies

The Minister for Industrial Relations, Carlos Marx Carrasco, is preparing a ministerial agreement in which the salary board for workers in the telecommunications area is established, specifically in the mobile operators (Claro, Movistar and CNT) “so they have no expectation...

CNT invests $ 36 million in 4G technology

With an investment of $ 36 million, the National Telecommunications Corporation (CNT) offers 4G technology (higher browsing speed) for smartphones with voice plans and mobile internet. This was reported by the public entity through a statement, in which It also explained that the...

Claro has 20 working days to appeal fine

The mobile phone company Claro (Conecel) has 20 working days to appeal the sanction issued on last Friday by the Superintendence of Control of Market Power (SCPM for its Spanish acronym), which imposed a fine of $ 138.4 million for alleged market abuse. This was explained...
Supertel examined quality of mobile service

Supertel examined quality of mobile service

The Superintendence of telecommunications (Supertel), carried out a measurement of quality of coverage 3G (WCDMA) in cellular operators service. Supertel, through its web site published to that operator CNT EP presents problems of quality of service in the delivery of the text...
The 4G network arrived but 85% of users remain in 2G

The 4G network arrived but 85% of users remain in 2G

The network’s fourth generation (4G), also known as LTE, is working in Quito and Guayaquil, since last December. The  National Council of  Telecommunications (Conatel) approved  on 18 October of 2013 the new frequency allocation. Last December, the National Corporation for...