RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In addition to the main network, for general use, Brazil will offer the operation of a parallel network for the government's exclusive use, in which equipment from Chinese Huawei may not be deployed, excluded under the terms of the call amid a geopolitical dispute over allegations of espionage.
A total of 15 companies submitted proposals to the National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL), including the 3 large companies currently operating telephone and Internet services in the country: TIM (Brazilian subsidiary of Telecom Italia), Telefónica Brasil (owner of the Vivo brand and subsidiary of the Spanish group . . .
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