The Federal Commission of Telecommunications (ComisiĆ³n Federal de Telecomunicaciones) (CoFeTel) is the regulator of telecommunications in Mexico, and is part of the Mexico's Secretariat of Communications and Transport (SCT). Cofetel is roughly equivalent to the Federal Communications Commission in the United States, and Ofcom in the United Kingdom. Among its duties are licensing of broadcasting stations and regulation of telephone companies.


External links

  • Official website
  • Federal Commission of Telecommunications English website
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