Telefonica becomes biggest in Brasil

Written by on June 1, 2015 in Snippets with 0 Comments

Telefónica Brasil’s Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting supported the purchase of Global Village Telecom (GVT) from Vivendi. The closing of this transaction, announced in September 2014, places Telefónica Brasil as the Brazilian market’s leading integrated operator, both in terms of clients—with over 105 million accesses after the integration —and of revenues; and with a high value customer profile.

With sustainable growth and a high-quality service offer as its main goals, Telefónica Brasil now has national coverage and is the unchallenged leader in the mobile business and fixed ultra-broadband, while also strengthening its position in pay TV. All of this is possible because the company has the best network infrastructure, an innovative portfolio that consolidates it as a Digital Telco, and a well-differentiated, high-definition TV offer combined with on-demand content, interactive applications and access to multi-device content.

Additionally, the integration of Vivo with GVT makes the complementarity between them obvious. While Vivo has the largest national 3G network, with coverage in 3,200 Brazilian municipalities, as well as 4G (which covers more than 140 cities nationwide)…Read the story here….


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