The National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) released yesterday (05) the Small Operators Obligation Guide, which aims to detail all the actions that must be performed by companies that fall into this category so that the provision of service to consumers is effective.
According to the regulatory agency, companies that have a market share of less than 5% in the retail sector fall into the category of PPPs, as well as are not present in the Telefônica, Claro, TIM, Oi and Sky / AT & T groups, something that is described in Act 6,539 / 2019.
The guide is focused on Small Companies granted, as well as those exempted from granting Multimedia Communication Service (SCM, fixed broadband) and Fixed Switched Telephone Service (STFC, fixed telephony), in addition to Mobile Service Personal (SMP, cell phone) and the Conditioned Access Service (SeAC, Pay TV).
The 25-page document details the process of licensing stations, sending access data, accessibility obligations, and other information focused on facilitating the implementation of the rules related to the provision of services being applied in telecommunications.
For those interested in knowing more details about this guide, just download it using the link applied at the bottom of the news.
And then, dear reader, do you believe that issuing this manual will make small providers improve the service, as expected? Tell your opinion in the comments!