Claro establishes interconnection with Wom
The Claro company announced this Wednesday that it complied with the order of the Communications Regulatory Commission (CRC) to successfully establish voice, SMS and long distance interconnection with Wom, the new telephone operator in the country.
Likewise, the telecommunications company indicated that in order to comply with resolution 6127 of 2020 of the CRC Work began at the end of last year, in order to establish the interconnection of 5 nodes of the mobile network and 7 nodes in the fixed network.
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“Competition is welcome, always complying with current laws and regulations, confirming that the Colombian telecommunications market is attractive, dynamic and widely competitive,” Claro said in a statement.
Last December, the CRC responded to a request from Wom, owned by the investment firm Novator Partners, who stated Obstacles to interconnect to Claro, Tigo and UNE networks, a process that allows users of one operator to communicate with users of another company.
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At that time, the commission agreed with Wom and forced the companies to allow access to their networks. Likewise, the CRC clarified that this service should be enhanced only for Wom and did not contemplate the other “provider that has the same shareholder and that has been in the market for some time, as is the case with Avantel.”
In addition, the regulatory body indicated that Wom itself can have the “benefits provided in the general regulation for the supplier that has the status of entrant“, But that these correspond” solely and exclusively with respect to the traffic and calls made from the Partners Telecom Colombia (Wom) network and never from the Avantel network “.
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