Tag Archives: América Móvil

Conmebol TV now available for Claro’s mobile clients in Brazil

According to information reported on several websites in Brazil, the telecommunications company Claro (America Movil) has recently announced new plans for its mobile telephony clients, in which it offers them the possibility of acquiring the Conmebol TV premium package. The initiative takes place after, once the channel was launched, in September 2020, Claro started offering [...]

Oi adds direct access to Netflix on its IPTV offer, which already features 90 thousand subscribers

According to several specialized websites in Brazil, the Brazilian pay TV operator Oi has added Netflix as part of its IPTV offer, called Oi TV Fibra. With this benefit, the company’s customers can access the OTT directly through their STBs. The operator does not allow to pay the Netflix subscription on its monthly bill, but [...]

Claro Box TV strengthens its line up with Globo channels in Brazil

The telecommunications company Claro Brazil (America Móvil) has strengthened the Claro Box TV catalog, its new STB launched in October 2020 in several cities of the country, and added Globo’s FTA TV and pay TV channels to its offer, which, up to now, were not available, as both groups had not initially ran an agreement. [...]

Claro now offers its new STB in more Brazilian cities

According to several specialized websites in Brazil, the Brazilian telecommunications company Claro (America Móvil) launched Claro Box TV, its new STB, initially available for São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, in seven new Brazilian cities. With the expansion of the offer, the device is also available from now on in Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Campinas, Curitiba, [...]

Claro adds 19 new cities to its FTTH network in Colombia, where it already records a total of 110

As officially reported by Claro Colombia (America Móvil), the Colombian subsidiary of América Movil has expanded its FTTH network coverage during the period of the new Coronavirus pandemic. The company currently records a total of 110 cities on its network, where it offers internet, TV and fixed telephony. Colombian cities in which Claro has expanded [...]

Telcel launches new plans with Netflix and Claro Video included

Mexican telecommunications company Telcel (America Movil) announced the launch of new packages with the Netflix subscription included, which it called Max Play. Apart from Netflix, the company’s customers will also have free access to Claro Video. Plans include a promotion with double GBs; in addition to minutes, unlimited SMS and access to different social networks [...]

Claro now offers Conmebol TV in Brazil for its residential internet clients

Brazilian pay TV operator Claro (América Móvil) reported that it began offering Conmebol TV to its residential internet subscribers (Claro Net Virtual). The new premium channel was officially launched last week and broadcasts matches from Conmebol Libertadores, Conmebol Sudamericana and Conmebol Recopa. With the news, the new channel, produced and programmed by Band Sports, extends [...]

Telefonica not to sell its subsidiary in El Salvador to America Movil

As officially reported from Europa Press, Telefonica announced this Thursday that it will not sell its subsidiary in El Salvador to America Movil, after the rules imposed on the operation by the Competition Superintendence, the Central American country’s regulator.. According to Europa Press, Telefonica and America Movil have decided to cancel the agreement for the [...]

Peruvian pay TV continues losing subscribers at the end of Q2 2020

According to the latest figures reported days ago by the Peruvian Organismo Supervisor de Inversión Privada en Telecomunicaciones (Osiptel), the country’s pay TV market continues losing subscribers, and ended the second quarter of the year with 1,956 million customers, and a household penetration by 21.3%. The maximum number of pay TV subscribers that the Peruvian [...]

El Salvador sets rules for America Movil to acquire Telefonica’s operations

Days ago, the Salvadoran Competition Superintendencys Board of Directors (CDSC) issued a resolution establishing conditions for America Movil to acquire Telefonicas operations in the country, where the company operates under the Movistar brand. Rules set by the Salvadoran regulator include both measures to be implemented before the transaction is made, as well as subsequent obligations. [...]