Telecoms regulator demands América Móvil split

Mexico’s Federal Institute of Telecommunications confirmed on Thursday that it has ordered América Móvil to separate the provision of wholesale fixed local-access telephone service from its retail subsidiaries Telmex and Telnor – a demand that the company has vowed to challenge.

On 8 March, América Móvil said that it had received an IFT resolution that “ordered the incorporation of a legal entity independent from Telmex-Telnor that will exclusively provide wholesale services related to local loop and shared access and use of passive infrastructure.” 



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