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Telephony Investment Commitments


In March 2013, the MTC and Telefónica agreed the renewal of three of their concession contracts for a term of 18 years and 10 months. New terms and conditions were set out in the agreements, as well as commitments to be fulfilled by the company during the new concession period. Telefónica’s investment to comply with these agreements amounts to PEN3.020 billion, additionally to the regular investment carried out by the company. These agreements are the following:


  • o Mobile telephony coverage in all of the (409) district capitals and (1,918) other towns and villages with more than 400 inhabitants. So far, the service has been installed in 317 district capitals and 113 other towns and villages.
  • o Free optical fiber internet access for more than 11,000 schools, health centers, and police stations. So far, 591 access points have been installed at 388 educational institutions, 1,482 access points at 561 hospitals and health centers, and 329 access points at police stations.
  • o Free satellite internet access for other public entities in 661 districts with high poverty levels, 35 border districts, 396 rural stores, and 6 isolated jungle provinces. Access has been implemented in the 162 districts with the highest poverty levels and in the 35 districts of border provinces.
  • o Provision of mobile telephony services at social fees (361,967 people benefit from this social fee)
  • o Interconnection of video-surveillance control centers in police stations
  • o Implementation of a network to provide microwave-based high-speed internet service in Iquitos. The transport network covering the stretch Iquitos – Yurimaguas – Tarapoto – Moyobamba – Rioja has already been implemented.

Concession renewal for Telefónica del Perú S.A.A., formerly Telefónica Móviles S.A.


Terms and conditions (2013)
Value: PEN3.020 billion


  • 1. Mobile coverage in 409 district capitals and 1,918 other towns and villages with more than 400 inhabitants. 70 rural stores are included.
  • 2. Microwave-based transport network in Rioja – Moyobamba – Yurimaguas – Iquitos, including 559 Social Internet access points for beneficiary entities in 259 towns and villages
  • 3. Social prepaid mobile telephony fee for beneficiaries of social programs and for public officials in rural areas
  • 4. Free Social Internet access for beneficiary entities in province capitals. 11,000 Social Internet access points of which 8,100 correspond to provinces where optical fiber already exists, and 2,900 to provinces that do not have optical fiber yet – there, optical fiber will be installed by Telefónica or by the National Optical Fiber Backbone Network operator.
  • 5. Free Satellite Social Internet access in the 661 poorest districts, 35 border province districts, 70 isolated province capitals, and 396 rural stores
  • 6. Telecommunications training for public sector professionals, Armed Forces, OSIPTEL, MTC, and public university teachers
  • 7. Making available video signal transmission circuits to improve public security in 327 districts


CLAUSE OBLIGATION DEADLINE STATUS
1. Mobile Coverage 409 district capitals March 21, 2016 - 318 districts with installed coverage, 5 installed in San Martin
1,918 additional towns and villages March 21, 2017 - 1,113 towns and villages with installed coverage, 99 towns and villages in San Martin



409 DISTRICT CAPITALS


OBLIGATION
Amazonas 11
Ancash 28
Apurimac 38
Arequipa 19
Ayacucho 28
Cajamarca 27
Cusco 20
Huancavelica 39
Huánuco 17
Ica 5
Junín 22
La Libertad 13
Lambayeque 2
Lima 68
Loreto 10
Madre de Dios 3
Moquegua 10
Pasco 5
Piura 5
Puno 25
San Martín 6
Tacna 3
Tumbes 2
Ucayali 3
PROGRESS – 318 DISTRICTS
Amazonas 11
Ancash 10
Apurimac 28
Arequipa 14
Ayacucho 23
Cajamarca 21
Cusco 14
Huancavelica 36
Huánuco 14
Ica 2
Junín 16
La Libertad 10
Lambayeque 2
Lima 61
Loreto 9
Madre de Dios 3
Moquegua 6
Pasco 3
Piura 2
Puno 21
San Martín 5
Tacna 3
Tumbes 1
Ucayali 3

1918 TOWNS AND VILLAGES


OBLIGATION
Amazonas 69
Ancash 75
Apurimac 67
Arequipa 57
Ayacucho 88
Cajamarca 262
Cusco 119
Huancavelica 123
Huánuco 126
Ica 3
Junín 139
La Libertad 134
Lambayeque 27
Lima 61
Loreto 101
Madre de Dios 15
Moquegua 10
Pasco 33
Piura 139
Puno 114
San Martín 120
Tacna 10
Tumbes 3
Ucayali 23
PROGRESS – 1113 TOWNS AND VILLAGES
Amazonas 42
Ancash 30
Apurimac 42
Arequipa 37
Ayacucho 67
Cajamarca 116
Cusco 80
Huancavelica 99
Huánuco 79
Ica 2
Junín 91
La Libertad 51
Lambayeque 6
Lima 27
Loreto 27
Madre de Dios 10
Moquegua 3
Pasco 21
Piura 104
Puno 70
San Martín 99
Tacna 2
Tumbes 1
Ucayali 7




CLAUSE OBLIGATION DEADLINE STATUS
2. Transport network and 559 internet access points in 259 towns and villages Stretch: Yurimaguas –Iquitos
March 21, 2014 - Installed and operational, 1.5 Gbps
Stretch: Rioja – Moyobamba – Yurimaguas
March 21, 2015 - Installed
159 towns and villages March 21, 2015 - Ongoing deployment of secondary network
100 towns and villages March 21, 2016 - Deployment of secondary network to be initiated




Yurimaguas – Iquitos Transport Network


Red de Transporte Yurimaguas – Iquitos



Tarapoto – Moyobamba-Rioja Transport Network


Red de Transporte Tarapoto – Moyobamba-Rioja




259 Towns and villages


NUMBER OF TOWNS AND VILLAGES
Loreto 177
San Martín 82





CLAUSEOBLIGATIONDEADLINESTATUS
3. Social fee 1,000,000 Social Program
Rural officials
March 21, 2015 361,967 beneficiaries: 278,000 social program beneficiaries and 83,961 rural officials
Fee updated by OSIPTEL to PEN0.23 per minute


Potential beneficiaries


There are currently 361,967 beneficiaries:


  • 278,006 social program beneficiaries
  • 83,961 rural officials



CLAUSE OBLIGATION DEADLINE STATUS
4. Free Social Internet access 11,000 access points March 21, 2015 So far, 2,403 access points have been implemented; the number of these access points, which are intended for schools, health centers and Peruvian National Police facilities, keeps increasing and a demand of 7,824 access points is under evaluation. Bandwidth has been updated to 8 Mbps.


CLAUSULE OBLIGATION DEADLINE STATUS
5. Free Social Internet access for beneficiary entities 661 poorest districts March 21, 2014 162 district with installed coverage; 266 districts will be ready in the second year (March 21, 2015)
35 border province districts March 21, 2015 Commitment fulfilled on agreed date
171 rural stores July 22, 2015 Installation starts in October; deadline is July 22, 2015
225 rural stores July 22, 2016 MVC pending installation at 65 rural stores; deadline for installation at 160 additional rural stores is July 22, 2016
70 beneficiary entities in Amazonas, Loreto and Ucayali March 21, 2016 Information sent to Concessionaire


661 Poorest Districts


OBLIGATION
Amazonas 25
Ancash 69
Apurimac 56
Arequipa 17
Ayacucho 71
Cajamarca 69
Cusco 47
Huancavelica 66
Huánuco 38
Ica 3
Junín 29
La Libertad 37
Lambayeque 2
Lima 13
Loreto 34
Madre de Dios 2
Pasco 8
Piura 16
Puno 39
San Martín 14
Ucayali 6


PROGRESS – 162 DISTRICTS
Ancash 18
Apurimac 14
Arequipa 1
Ayacucho 7
Cajamarca 5
Cusco 11
Huancavelica 27
Huánuco 13
Ica 1
Junín 12
La Libertad 12
Lima 9
Loreto 5
Pasco 2
Piura 9
Puno 13
San Martín 3



35 Distritos de Provincias Fronterizas – Compromiso Cumplido




CLAUSE OBLIGATION DEADLINE STATUS
6. Training Aimed at public sector professionals Annual edition – during concession period Graduate diploma course in Optical Communications and Advanced Wireless Communications started on September 29 and finishes in February 2015
Aimed at members of the Armed Forces Annual edition –during concession period VSAT Satellite Systems course started on October 15; course has already finished
7. Video surveillance systems for public security (1/2) Installation of National Concentration Point at National Peruvian Police (PNP, by its Spanish initials) – Av. España August 22, 2014 Installed and operational, with 1.5 Gbps. PNP does not have a video surveillance platform to access the District Monitoring Systems.
Interconnection of a maximum of 327 districts, 4,500 Mbps to distribute 36 months starting from the moment the municipality information is available 48 districts with circuits with assigned bandwidth. Not all municipalities have a video surveillance system


CLAUSE OBLIGATION DEADLINE STATUS
7. Video surveillance systems for public security (2/2) 36 districts within Metropolitan Lima 3 years – as of the moment the municipality information is available Circuits have been installed in 23 municipalities that have video surveillance
291 province districts 3 years Circuits have been installed in 25 municipalities. More districts are being included.
PNP has carried out satisfactory pilot tests involving access to the surveillance video system cameras of the municipality of Miraflores.

Contracts

Addendum to Concession Contracts of Telefónica Móviles S.A.