Conatel will meet to approve the granting of the 4G band

The National Telecommunications Council (Conatel for its Spanish acronym) expects to meet today to know the details of the negotiations that the Telecommunications Minister Augusto Espín carried out with the representatives of mobile phone companies Conecel (Claro) and Otecel...

Mobile services inspections shall be made from July

After the updating made by the National Telecommunications Council (Conatel for its acronym in spanish), the Superintendency of Telecommunications (Supertel), expect that the access to the Internet will be one of the main areas to review from July 1, according to Claudi...
Supertel examined quality of mobile service

Stricter rules in phone operators

Since July this year, more stricter measures of phone operators would come in force. The measure comes after that on last January 10, National Telecommunications Council (Conatel for its Spanish acronym) defined various settings for these indicators. Such adjustments aim to...
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...

Media feels uncertain about sharing profits

The doubt arose within the 1,010 telephone operators that Ecuador has, by an article of law that could lead to different interpretations regarding profit sharing. In the current Constitution it states, “The State will participate in the benefits of the use of these...
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Conatel Reveals New Regulations for Telephone Operators

Yesterday came out a new regulation that amends the modus operandi of operators that provide Mobile telephone and Internet Services. The director of the Consumer Tribune, Maria Jose Troya, said that the bill that was tabled in the Assembly considers the prevalence of user rights...
Customers may registered their mobile lines until tomorrow

Customers May Registered Their Mobile Lines Until Tomorrow

This next Thursday, April 5 will be the first deadline set by the National Telecommunications Council (Conatel for its Spanish acronyms) for customers of different mobile operators can register their data. Users who are not registered, will be restricted their prepaid services,...