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Cablevision from Argentina is one step from quadruple play with the purchase of 4G spectrum for Nextel

  Telecommunications company Cablevision (Clarin Group) from Argentina is one step from acquiring the conditions to offer quadruple play since it announced that its mobile operator Nextel bought five small businesses with spectrum in the 900 MHz and 2.5 GHz bands to deploy 4G.   Nextel acquired companies Trixco, Skyonline Argentina, Netixen, Infotel and Callbi. [...]

Telecentro from Argentina may also offer quadruple play

  The National Communications Entity (Enacom) of Argentina will give telecommunications company Telecentro the license to offer virtual mobile telephony, so it would become the second local company being able to offer quadruple play.   In April, the Enacom awarded the company Cablevision (Clarin Group) the authorization to add fixed and public telephony services to [...]

Cablevision from Argentina was authorized to offer telephony and could be the first to launch quadruple play

  Telecommunications company Cablevision (Clarin Group), leader of the Pay-TV market in the country, was authorized by the National Communications Entity (Enacom) to add fixed and public telephony services to its portfolio.   It also agreed to the incorporation and fusion of the Fibertel brand (also of Clarin), which provides broadband services, a measure that [...]

Comteco and Viva from Bolivia unite to launch the country’s first quadruple play package

  Telecommunications Cooperative of Cochabamba (Comteco) and mobile operator Viva (NuevaTel) from Bolivia announced through a press conference to local media that it reached a trade agreement to launch the countrys first quadruple play package.   The so called Paquetón de ConCom will be available as of the end of April. It will feature Comtecos [...]

Oi’s Pay-TV in Brazil fell 6.3% in subscribers but grew 21.6% in revenues

  Telecommunications company Oi from Brazil submitted its report on the fourth quarter (4Q) of 2015 which recorded 6.3% drop in its net residential Pay-TV subscribers base going from 1,247,000 in the same period of 2014 to 1,169,000. In addition, Oi expanded to the 14 Brazilian states from March 30th the coverage of its Oi [...]