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Last $18.41 USD
Change Today -0.07 / -0.38%
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Lago Zurich 245

Plaza Carso/Edificio Telcel

Colonia Ampliación Granada

Delegación Miguel Hidalgo

Mexico City, DF 11529

Mexico

Phone: 52 55 2581 4449

Fax: 52 55 2581 4422

market its services through call centers. Networks and Technology Wireless Networks Claro Brasil owns and operates wireless networks using GSM, 3G and LTE technologies. As of December 31, 2014, Claro Brasil’s GSM network, which Claro Brasil continues to roll out, covered approximately 3,653 cities. Fixed-line Networks Claro Brasil owns the long-distance network in Latin America and the data-transmission network in Brazil. Claro Brasil’s long-distance and data-transmission networks use fiber optic, digital microwave, satellite and copper wireline technologies. Claro Brasil’s networks use a 100% digital switching system for voice and data services and the latest generation Internet protocol routers to support Internet protocol-based services, Internet access and VPNs, through Multiprotocol Label Switching technology. Claro Brasil also has approximately 81,298 kilometers of cable in a mesh network that has 3 or more outlets with a capacity of 7.1 TbPs. Claro Brasil has local metropolitan digital fiber networks with approximately 28,980 kilometers of cable in the major Brazilian cities and is attaching fiber extensions to commercial buildings connected to metropolitan rings, providing direct connections. Claro Brasil’s submarine cable network reaches all continents through 10 different cable systems in which it has various ownership interests. Claro Brasil’s networks have also been modified to use Claro Brasil’s coaxial cable networks to provide telephony services to Claro Brasil’s broadband customers through NET Fone. To supplement its network, Claro Brasil uses long-distance microwave systems, in areas where installation of fiber cables is difficult, with a total range of 16,254 kilometers and seven satellites to provide services to remote locations within the country and it leases satellite capacity from international satellite systems and submarine capacity in other private cable systems. Claro Brasil also offers local telephony services to its Claro Fixo residential customers using CDMA wireless technology. For its broadband Internet services, under the NET Virtua brand, and its cable Pay TV services to residential customers, Claro Brasil has an advanced network that uses coaxial and fiber optic technologies that allows it to provide a range of services and products at bandwidth capacities of 450 MHz, 550 MHz and 750 MHz or above. As of December 31, 2014, Claro Brasil’s network had approximately 126,541 kilometers of cable and passed approximately 21.3 million homes in 178 localities. Satellite Network Star One has the satellite system in Latin America with a fleet covering the entire territory of South America and Mexico, as well as part of Central America and part of Florida. Star One has seven satellites in full operation (i.e., in geostationary orbit), including one it owns jointly with SES S.A. These satellites operate in the C-band and/or Ku-band frequencies. Star One also operates two satellite control centers that are certified by the International Organization for Standardization. Competition Claro Brasil’s principal wireless competitors are TelefÔnica Brasil S.A.; TIM Celular S.A.; Oi S.A.; Companhia de Telecomunicações do Brasil Central—Algar Telecom; Sercomtel S.A. Telecomunicações; and Nextel Telecomunicações Ltda. Claro Brasil’s principal fixed-line competitors are Oi S.A.; Companhia de Telecomunicações do Brasil Central—Algar Telecom; TelefÔnica Brasil S.A.; and Global Village Telecom Ltda. Claro Brasil’s principal Pay TV competitors are Sky Brasil; Telefónica Brasil S.A.; Oi S.A.; and Global Village Telecom Ltda. Colombia Operations The company offers wireless, fixed-line voice, broadband, Pay TV and advertisement services in Colombia through its subsidiaries Comunicación Celular S.A. (Comcel) and Telmex Colombia S.A. (Telmex Colombia). The company offers both its wireless and fixed-line services under the Claro brand. The company is a wireless telecommunications and Pay TV services provider in Colombia. As of December 31, 2014, the company had approximately 29.8 million wireless subscribers. As of December 31, 2014, it also had approximately 1.4 million fixed RG

 

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