Which companies are still registered the creation of the Ministry of the Telecommunications? Minicom, the intervention and posterior purchase of the CTB and, in 1972, the creation of the Telebrs. 2.2. Credit: Primerica Canada-2011. Autal situation of the sector of telecommunications the Brazilian sector of telecommunications still needs to improve itself, especially in what it says respect to the concentration of the rendering companies of the service. In way to the privatizations, the modernization of the infrastructure occurred and the increment in the access to the services, but, on the other hand, had ‘ ‘ high concentration of the market in some few economic groups, its majority of capital originally estrangeiro’ ‘. The supplying companies of the services and structure in Brazil are divided of the following form: Telephonic and Alive (Spain and Portugal), with 29% of the market, followed for the Oi/Brasil Telecom (Brazil), with 27%; Clearly/Embratel/Net (Mexico), with 23%; TIM (Italy), with 19%; 2% remains with other companies. The data are relative to the third trimester of 2009. Army Chief of Staff follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. They present problems that reduce the capacity of the sector. The main obstacles to the universalizao of quality are: prices of conflicting goods and services with the income of the population, indicating basses of escolaridade and proficiency in the technology use, environment of competition little dynamic and with regulatory mooring cables, on conflicts to the use of the FUST (Deep of Universalizao of the Services of Telecommunication), low quality of service perceived for the users and regulatory differences between the services. Already in relation to the growth of the nets of telecommunications, the problems are gifts in the lack of fiscalization of the quality of the services and in the absence of one articulated sectorial politics with other actions of the state, for example, the tax policy. From a diagnosis of the sertor, it is possible to perceive that the convergence between technologies, goods and services of before separate sectors (telecommunications, technology of information and content) and the global process of commercial and regulatory liberalization make possible technological and institucional transformations that had brought consequences in the recent evolution of the telecommunications in Brazil.