Worldwide, the global market for so-called technical consumer goods surpassed US$1.15tn, Gfk reported.
Deputies agreed to review 18 initiatives that contain reforms to the Telecommunications Law to avoid excessive regulation and guarantee the protection of consumers' rights with respect to the services of the sector.
The company is one of three that will deploy connectivity to 515 sites in total.
Vivo reached 1,200 towns with 4G in 700MHz, while TIM had 1,229 at the end of November.
Starting in February, users with phones, tablets, alarm systems, IoT gadgets and other mobile devices will have to register the device.
Movistar, Entel, Claro, WOM and VTR requesting clarification about the intentions of regulator Subtel regarding the new technology.
The telco is being investigated for allegedly avoiding US$2mn in taxes via an asset sale in 2017.
Called Payly, the technology enables payments through QR code and mobile transfers.