Monday, January 17, 2022

2022 appears as a complicated year for Brazilian telecommunication operators

The cost of deploying 5G networks before June, the purchase of Oi Móvil by Claro, TIM and Vivo, and the possibility of new taxes, challenge finances of the main providers this year.

For the history of Brazilian telecommunications, the year 2021 will be marked by having been the founding basis for the deployment of a huge number of solutions and services that will grow in the coming years from the massive deployment of 5G. In turn, 2022 will set the pace for this deployment and solutions will be sought to several of the sector's problems, in a year plagued by political movements for the presidential elections to be held on next October.

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