The Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) of Peru has issued an important statement for all users and marketers of telecommunications equipment in the country. The statement aims to clarify the criteria for requiring the TAC in homologation applications.
The TAC is a numerical code assigned by the GSMA to devices that have the capability to connect to mobile networks, such as smartphones, tablets, and other telecommunications devices, and is an essential requirement for the homologation of these devices.
In the statement, the MTC has explained that the TAC can now refer to either the final device or the internal module incorporated within the device for the purpose of granting a Homologation Certificate. This means that manufacturers and importers have the option to register the TAC to either the device or the internal module, providing more flexibility in the homologation process. This change aims to strengthen the market in the commercialization of telecommunications equipment and the MTC is providing all facilities to ensure that the homologation procedures are agile and effective, thus guaranteeing the proper functioning of equipment on mobile networks in the country.
Look at the official statement in the following link: https://www.gob.pe/institucion/mtc/informes-publicaciones/3827631-exigencias-del-tac-en-las-solicitudes-de-homologacion