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BRAZILIAN

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

AGENCY

BRAZILIAN

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

AGENCY

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REGION I

RJ, ES, MG, AM, RR, AP,

PA, MA, BA, SE, PI, CE,

RN, PB, PE, AL.

REGION III

SP

REGION II

PR, SC, RS, GO,

TO, MS, MT, RO,

AC, DF.

FIXED AND MOBILE SERVICE

REGIONS

FIXED AND MOBILE SERVICE

REGIONS

(3)

1.864

3.051

645

Total Brazil:

5.560 Municipalities

181.569.056 Inhabitants

Região I

Região II

Região III

98.892.410

39.825.226

42.851.420

Fonte: IBGE - 2004

Região III

Região II

Região I

MUNICIPALITIES

POPULATION

MUNICIPALITIES/POPULATION

MUNICIPALITIES/POPULATION

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GOVERNMENT

POLICY

PRIVATE

ENTERPRISES

ANATEL

REGULATION

OPERATION

BRAZILIAN REGULATORY MODEL

(5)

NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS

AGENCY - ANATEL

NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS

NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS

AGENCY

AGENCY

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-

ANATEL

ANATEL

ANATEL is in charge to manage the

ANATEL is in charge to manage the

Telecommunications services

Telecommunications services

Provide access to all the population

Provide access to all the population

Promote Technological and industrial development in

Promote Technological and industrial development in

a competitive environment

a competitive environment

Expand and use networks and services

Expand and use networks and services

Harmonic condition with social development of Brazil

(6)

ORGANIZATION OF SERVICES

ORGANIZATION OF SERVICES

ORGANIZATION OF SERVICES

PUBLIC REGIME

PUBLIC REGIME

Fixed Switched Telephone Service

Fixed Switched Telephone Service

STFC

STFC

Continuity and Ubiquity

Continuity and Ubiquity

PRIVATE REGIME

PRIVATE REGIME

Personal Mobile Service

Personal Mobile Service

SMP

SMP

--

Multimedia Communication Service

Multimedia Communication Service

SCM

SCM

--

Trunking

Trunking

-

-

SME

SME

Freedom of Prices and Minimum Intervention

Freedom of Prices and Minimum Intervention

of the Government

of the Government

VALUE ADDED SERVICES

VALUE ADDED SERVICES

There are not a telecommunications services

There are not a telecommunications services

and are freely explored

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25

30

35

40

2005

2008

2011

2014

2017

2020

Voice

Others

USER TRAFFIC - CATEGORY B

(Megabytes / Users / Month)

Data: ITU

Demand

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99,92

115,82

129,80

143,68

157,51

171,29

185,02

198,70

212,34

225,94

239,52

253,09

266,63

280,16

293,68

307,20

320,71

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022

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ANATEL

ANATEL

Bidding

Bidding

Process

Process

of IMT

of IMT

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-

2000

2000

Before

Before

1811 municipalities

1811 municipalities

without mobile service

without mobile service

2 and 2,5 generation

2 and 2,5 generation

4 competitors of SMP

4 competitors of SMP

Low penetration of

Low penetration of

broadband services

broadband services

Positive revenues

Positive revenues

localities only

localities only

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After

Four players in

Four players in

IMT

IMT

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-

2000

2000

100 % municipalities in 2

100 % municipalities in 2

years

years

60% 3G in four years

60% 3G in four years

~US$ 3 billion for license

~US$ 3 billion for license

~US$ 2 billion of

~US$ 2 billion of

negative cash flow (15

negative cash flow (15

years) business plan in

years) business plan in

municipalities lower than

municipalities lower than

100 K inhabitants.

(13)

Main

Main

Results

Results

Four players can share the frequency of one SMP in

Four players can share the frequency of one SMP in

4.700 municipalities

4.700 municipalities

One global network in 4.700 municipalities

One global network in 4.700 municipalities

2.700

2.700

broadband

broadband

(3G)

(3G)

mobile

mobile

networks

networks

in

in

municipalities lower than 30 K pop.

municipalities lower than 30 K pop.

US$ 2 billion of negative results covered by private

US$ 2 billion of negative results covered by private

enterprises that will build the networks

enterprises that will build the networks

Government reduction in a bidding process

Government reduction in a bidding process

Contribution to cover main citizens with wireless high

Contribution to cover main citizens with wireless high

speed data communication

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Social Benefits

Social Benefits

Each of four competitor has the obligation to build a

Each of four competitor has the obligation to build a

broadband network in 25% of municipalities under

broadband network in 25% of municipalities under

30.000 pop. chosen to have 3G

30.000 pop. chosen to have 3G

Each user can access all networks to benefit voice and

Each user can access all networks to benefit voice and

high speed data applications (roaming)

high speed data applications (roaming)

After 2 years of operation the network could be used by

After 2 years of operation the network could be used by

other SMP providers to offer their services (competition)

other SMP providers to offer their services (competition)

Private and State partnership to provide citizenship to all

Private and State partnership to provide citizenship to all

the population with great amount of investment

the population with great amount of investment

Other initiatives in a

Other initiatives in a

Wimax

Wimax

bidding process (2,5 GHz

bidding process (2,5 GHz

and 3,5 GHz band) using analogous scheme

(15)

Bruno de Carvalho Ramos

Mobile Communications Manager

Anatel

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