MANILA, Philippines — Cheaper web within the nation, particularly in far-flung and underserved areas, is feasible if the Nationwide Telecommunications Fee (NTC) would forego the spectrum person charge (SUF).
Northern Samar 1st District Rep. Paul Daza stated this Tuesday throughout funds deliberations, explaining thatthe SUF hinders small and unbiased telecommunication corporations from delivering satisfactory companies as a result of they must shell out extra to make use of the Wi-Fi frequencies which can be supposedly “open to public use.”
Beneath the present setup, the NTC collects the SUF from telcos utilizing frequencies. However, in accordance with Daza, this disadvantages small gamers which can be solely utilizing the Wi…
Carry on studying: Cheaper internet in PH likely if NTC waives spectrum user fee, says lawmaker