The absorption of the disparate parts of Telecom Argentina is a key part of plans for the company to then be absorbed by Cablevisión Holdings, creating the largest telecoms group in the country.
Osiptel suggested dropping interconnection prices to US$15 per megabyte or even transferring the network to the Peruvian government.
The telecoms chapter could not be concluded as Mexico refused to include an interconnection rule that favored US telco AT&T at the expense of América Móvil.
The regulation has been submitted for public consultation until January 8.
Published last week by telecommunications regulator CRC, the Digital Roadmap offers guidelines on how to boost productivity in different segments of the economy through digitalization.