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Our 2014 overview of Mexico's telecom sector described how the reform process would be a lengthy affair, since the regulatory apparatus in the country's telecom segment would need to undergo the kind of evolution that peer countries achieved over the course of more than a decade. Then our 2015 report again stressed how the process was a work in progress, often with elements being reworked on the fly, such as the changing dates - and quantities involved - of the program to distribute digital TVs. There is no denying that progress has been made: América Móvil is under heavy regulatory pressure and up against both AT&T and Telefónica; service prices have fallen; and Mexico succeeded in making the full transition to digital terrestrial TV. However, the market share structure has changed little, and there is still a catalog of unknowns surrounding the government's proposals for expanding coverage of services and nurturing the MVNO option.
This year's Mexico overview examines the nuances and implications behind key developments in the market in recent months.
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