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Last $18.41 USD
Change Today -0.07 / -0.38%
Volume 2.8M
As of 8:04 PM 08/28/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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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

-contract wireless services and wireless phones throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It operates under the brands TracFone, Straight Talk, SafeLink Wireless, Net10 Wireless and Simple Mobile. In January, 2014, the company acquired substantially all assets of Start Wireless Group, Inc., a MVNO in the United States operating under the PagePlus brand that offers prepaid plans for voice, messaging and data, among other services, and that, as of the date of the acquisition, provided services to approximately 1.4 million customers. As of December 31, 2014, the company had approximately 26 million wireless subscribers, all of which were prepaid customers. Services and Products The company offers prepaid wireless services, as well as prepaid wireless handsets directly to consumers online and through an extensive distribution network of independent retailers. The company also offers entertainment solutions, such as on-demand services to network providers in Latin America. Competition The company competes with the major U.S. wireless operators and other MVNOs, such as Sprint Corporation, T-Mobile International AG, Verizon Communications Inc. and AT&T. Caribbean Operations The company offers wireless, fixed-line voice, broadband and Pay TV services and products in its Caribbean segment under the Claro brand through its subsidiaries Compañía Dominicana de Telefonos, S.A. (Codetel) and Telecomunicaciones de Puerto Rico, Inc. (Telpri). As of December 31, 2014, the company had approximately 5.1 million wireless subscribers. As of December 31, 2014, it also had approximately 1.4 million fixed voice RGUs, 0.7 million broadband RGUs and 0.3 million Pay TV RGUs. Services and Products Wireless Services and Products The company offers postpaid and prepaid wireless voice and data services under various plans to meet the needs of different market segments. The company also offers international roaming services to its subscribers through the networks of cellular service providers with which it has entered into international roaming agreements around the world, and provides CDMA, GSM, 3G and LTE roaming services to customers of its international roaming partners. The company offers data services, including SMS, MMS, premium SMS and premium MMS, mobile entertainment services, data-transmission, Internet browsing and email services. The company also offers various products as complements to its wireless service, including handsets, smartphones, tablets and accessories, such as chargers, headsets, batteries, broadband cards and netbooks. Fixed-line Services and Products The company offers fixed-line voice services, including local and long-distance services, data services, including data administration and hosting services, broadband services and video or Pay TV services to both corporate and residential customers under a variety of plans to meet the needs of different user segments. In addition, it offers VoIP and network monitoring services in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Competition In the Dominican Republic, the company’s principal wireless competitor is Altice Dominican Republic, S.A.S., which acquired its former wireless and fixed-line competitors, Orange Dominicana S.A. and Tricom S.A., respectively. The Puerto Rican wireless market is highly competitive with AT&T Mobility Puerto Rico Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp., T-Mobile USA Inc. and PR Wireless Inc. (Open Mobile) and multiple MVNOs registered at the Puerto Rico Telecommunications Regulatory Board, as the company’s principal competitors. In the fixed-line business, the company’s principal competitors in Puerto Rico are AT&T Mobility Puerto Rico Inc., Choice Cable, Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico LLC, WorldNet Telecommunications, Inc. and others. Europe Operations In Europe, the company offers wireless, fixed-line voice, broadband, and Pay TV services through its subsidiary Telekom Austria AG (Telekom Austria) and its subsidiaries. The company offers wireless, fixed-line voice, mobile and fixed broadband, and Internet protocol television (IPTV) services under the A1 brand in Austria; wirel

 

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