WIA Report

Who Owns Latin America’s Major Mobile Phone Service Providers?

Among the large mobile phone service providers in Latin America, most have a corporate structure that leads out of Latin America.

These are the six largest firms serve Latin America’s mobile phone markets. All have corporate ladders that lead out of the countries where their clients are. ((Staff Research. (2006). World Information Access Report. Seattle, WA: World Information Access Project, Department of Communication, University of Washington.))
(Investment AB, Kinnevik Vigo Carlund, Stockholm, Sweden; Millicom International Cellular, Marc Beuls, Bertrange, Luxembourg)
Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay

Portugal Telecom
(Miguel A. Igrejas, Lisbon, Portugal)

Telecom Americas
(America Movil Daniel Hajj Aboumrad, México, D.F., Mexico; Telecom Americas, Carlos Slim Helú México, D.F., Mexico; SBC Communications, Edward E. Whitacre Jr., Houston, USA)
Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay, Puerto Rico.

Telecom Italia
(Robert Colaninno, Rome, Italy)
Brazil, Venezuela, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Cuba

Telefonica Moviles
(Telefonica, Cesar Alierta Izuel, Madrid, Spain)
Honduras, Bolivia, Uruguay, Argentina, El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Chile, Puerto Rico, Columbia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama

Verizon / Vodaphone
(Verizon, Ivan G. Seidenberg, New York, USA; Vodafone, Lord Ian MacLaurin, West Berkshire, UK)
Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay

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