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MEXICO CITY, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Mexico's telecom regulator said it signed off on the prices dominant phone company America Movil can charge rivals and virtual operators to connect to its network, according to a statement from the regulator on Saturday.
Billionaire businessman Carlos Slim's America Movil , which controls about 70 percent of Mexico's mobile phone lines, was declared dominant by the regulator last year.
As a result of that ruling, America Movil has to seek regulator approval for the prices it charges other operators for using its infrastructure. (Reporting by Elinor Comlay; Editing by Dan Grebler)