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Rule 23 of the Reglas de Telecomunicaciones Internacionales, published in the Federal Official Gazette on August 11, 2004.

Who?

Operators of International Ports (long distance service concessionaires who operate an International Port).


When or in what cases?

International long distance services providers shall deliver quarterly information within the first 10 business days of January, April, July and October of the corresponding year.

Free form document filed before the Filing Office of the Federal Telecommunications Institute, accompanied with the corresponding formats (001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009, 010 and 011)  


Legal basis:

Rule 23 of the Reglas de Telecomunicaciones Internacionales.

Article 15 and 69-C of the Ley Federal de Proceso Administrativo.

Compliance with the obligation or procedure is a notice, therefore, it does not require an answer from the Federal Telecommunications Institute.


Legal basis:

Not Applicable.

Business or natural days, months:

Compliance with the obligation or procedure is a notice, therefore, it does not require an answer from the Federal Telecommunications Institute.


Is constructive assent or denial applicable?:

Not applicable


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

The formats included in Addendum I of the Reglas de Telecomunicaciones Internacionales, as follows:

Format 001. Outgoing international long distance traffic report. 

Format 002. Outgoing international long distance traffic report.

Format 003. Incoming international long distance traffic report.

Format 004. Outgoing international long distance traffic by country report.

Format 005. Incoming international long distance traffic by country report.

Format 006. Outgoing international long distance traffic by state report.

Format 007. Incoming international long distance traffic by state report.

Format 008. Outgoing international long distance small messages service (SMS) traffic report.

Format 009. Incoming international long distance small message service (SMS) traffic report.

Format 010. Outgoing international long distance traffic by network type report.

Format 011. Incoming international long distance traffic by network type report.

Published in the Federal Official Gazette on August 11, 2004.

Available at: http://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=666364&fecha=11/08/2004


Format(s):

  Reportes de tráfico de larga distancia internacional (.xls)

Data:

1. Name, designation or corporate name of the petitioners or, when applicable, of their legal representative.

2. Address for services.

3. Authorized agents for service.

4. All information included in the formats:

About outgoing international long distance traffic:

4.1. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance from the United States of America and Canada, on a monthly basis.

4.2. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance from the rest of the world, on a monthly basis.

4.3. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance, on a monthly basis.

4.4. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance from the United States of America and Canada by mode type (automatic traffic, operator traffic paid in Mexico, country direct, collect operator traffic to Mexico, calls to 800 numbers, traffic in transit, prepaid 800 service and other types of traffic) and by interval (high or low).

4.5. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance to the rest of the world by mode type (automatic traffic, operator traffic paid in Mexico, country direct, collect operator traffic to Mexico, calls to 800 numbers, traffic in transit, prepaid 800 service and other types of traffic) and by interval (high or low).

4.6. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance by mode type (automatic traffic, operator traffic paid in Mexico, country direct, collect operator traffic to Mexico, calls to 800 numbers, traffic in transit, prepaid 800 service and other types of traffic) and by interval (high or low).

About incoming international long distance traffic:

4.7. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance from the United States of America and Canada, on a monthly basis.

4.8. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance from the rest of the world, on a monthly basis.

4.9. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance, on a monthly basis.

About outgoing international long distance traffic by country:

4.10. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance by country and by quarter.

4.11. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance by country and by quarter.

About incoming international long distance traffic by country:

4.12. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance by country and by quarter.

4.13. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of international long distance by country and by quarter.

About outgoing international long distance traffic by state:

4.14. Conference volume and minutes volume to the United States of America by state.

4.15. Conference volume and minutes volume to Canada by state.

4.16. Conference volume and minutes volume to Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina and Guatemala, by state.

4.17. Conference volume and minutes volume to the rest of the world.

4.18. Total conference volume and minutes volume by state to the United States of America, Canada, Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Guatemala en the rest of the world.  

About incoming international long distance traffic by state:

4.19. Conference volume and minutes volume to the United States of America by state.

4.20. Conference volume and minutes volume to Canada by state.

4.21. Conference volume and minutes volume to Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina and Guatemala, by state.

4.22. Conference volume and minutes volume to the rest of the world.

4.23. Total conference volume and minutes volume by state to the United States of America, Canada, Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Guatemala in the rest of the world.  

About outgoing international long distance traffic by short message service (SMS):

4.24. Number of outgoing short messages to the United States of America and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.25. Number of outgoing short messages to Canada and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.26. Number of outgoing short messages to Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina and Guatemala, and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.27. Number of outgoing short messages to the rest of the world and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.28. Total outgoing short messages from the United States of America, Canada , Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Guatemala and the rest of the world, and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

About incoming international long distance traffic by short message service (SMS):

4.29. Number of incoming short messages from the United States of America and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.30. Number of incoming short messages from Canada and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.31. Number of incoming short messages from Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina and Guatemala, and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.32. Number of incoming short messages from the rest of the world and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

4.33. Total incoming short messages from the United States of America, Canada , Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Guatemala and the rest of the world, and invoiced amount, on a monthly basis.

About outgoing international long distance traffic by network type:

4.34. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of outgoing international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) to the United States of America, by quarter.

4.35. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of outgoing international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) to Canada, by quarter.

4.36. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of outgoing international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) to Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina and Guatemala, by quarter.

4.37. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of outgoing international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) from the rest of the world, by quarter.

4.38. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of incoming international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) to the United States of America, Canada , Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Guatemala and the rest of the world, by quarter.

About incoming international long distance traffic by network type:

4.39. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of incoming international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) from the United States of America, by quarter.

4.40. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of incoming international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) from Canada, by quarter.

4.41. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of incoming international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) from Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina and Guatemala, by quarter.

4.42. Conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of incoming international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) from the rest of the world, by quarter.

4.43. Total conference volume, minutes volume and invoiced amount of incoming international long distance by type of outgoing network (fixed or mobile) from the United States of America, Canada , Spain, France, Cuba, Germany, Colombia, United Kingdom, Argentina, Guatemala and the rest of the world, by quarter.


Legal basis:

Rule 23 of the Reglas de Telecomunicaciones Internacionales.

Article 15 of the Ley Federal de Proceso Administrativo.

Documents:

1. Documents evidencing the capacity of the interested party, and

2. Duly filled “International long distance traffic reports” forms.


Legal basis:

Rule 23 of the Reglas de Telecomunicaciones Internacionales.

Article 15, last paragraph, of the Ley Federal de Proceso Administrativo.

Business or natural days, months:

10 business days following the delivery of the corresponding document.


Legal basis:

Article 17-A, second paragraph, of the Ley Federal de Proceso Administrativo.

Not applicable.


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

Amount

Free of charge.


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

Not Applicable.


Legal basis:

Not Applicable.

Filing Office of the Federal Telecommunications Institute.
Av. Insurgentes Sur 1143, Ground Floor, Col. Noche Buena, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03720, Mexico City, Mexico.
Phone: (55) Phone: (55) 5015 4000 or 01 (800) 200 0120
Service hours: Monday thru Thursday, from 9:00 to 18:30 hours and Friday from 9:00 to 15:00 hours.

 

Underdirector of Telecommunications Supervision 1

Carlos Botello Avendaño

carlos.botello@ift.org.mx

Av. Insurgentes Sur 838, Fourth Floor, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03100, Mexico City, Mexico. Phone: (55) 5015 4000 Ext. 2469

Head of the Department of Telecommunications Supervision 2

Eusebio Rubio Rangel

eusebio.rubio@ift.org.mx

Av. Insurgentes Sur 838, Fourth Floor, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03100, Mexico City, Mexico. Phone: (55) 5015 4000 Ext. 4396

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