By Lucy Jordan, Contributing Reporter

BRASÍLIA, BRAZIL – The Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações (National Telecommunications Agency, ANATEL) has suspended Brazilian mobile phone providers TIM, Claro and Oi from selling new telephone lines in states throughout the country effective Monday, due to high rates of customer complaints. In each state, the company with the highest number of complaints will be prohibited from sales, according to a statement on ANATEL’s website.

The three mobile telephone companies will have to submit an investment plan that tackle issues . . .

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