'Essential' Mobile Resource Too Expensive in Mexico?
Technology and Telecommunications attorneys Luis Rubio and Octavio Lecona co-authored an article for Mexico Business News about mobile telecommunication networks in Mexico. These networks require radio frequencies to carry voice and data to and from a mobile phone to the closest network base station. Such radio frequencies are part of the radio electric spectrum, which is a national asset and a general means of communications. The authors note that the cost of these radio frequency bands is considerably higher in Mexico compared to other countries. In this article, they describe how mobile telecommunication networks function and analyze studies about their cost in the country.