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Competition regulation

The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT) is responsible for maintaining competition in the telecommunications market, to enable the development of the sector benefiting both market participants and customers.

ANRT, the telecommunications market regulatory authority

To ensure fair competition for market players and customers in the telecommunications sector, the ANRT, settles the rules of the market in the sector and is expected to take a number of measures upstream and downstream to foster market evolution and it prevent any impediments to competition.

In this context, ANRT monitors the competitive environment for operators and service providers as well as customer complaints and expectations.

Thus, a number of drivers have been set by the Agency, including in advertising and promotion, to support the market using fair and effective rules.