Costa Rica News – AT&T received permission to operate in Costa Rica. This company already operates in many countries, offering its service of data transfer via leased fiber links lines for a ten year period.
The resolution of Sutel was easy because no third party submitted an objection.
Maybe this is because AT&T plans to work with public telecommunications networks of other operators.
The reason for this business model is because AT&T has an end customer developing operations globally and this company wants AT&T to be the one providing them with service in Costa Rica as well.
Back in 2015, the service of leased lines in the country fell 13% to just 14,000 subscribers, according to Sutel’s data.
The service revenues were around ¢38.000 million. AT&T will also expand its offerings in Costa Rica in the future.