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GSM Termination in Latin America: mobile operator Telefonica
GSM Termination in Latin America: mobile operator Telefonica
24-Jul-2017 14:28

GSM Termination in Latin America: mobile operator Telefonica

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The VoIP call termination business is developed not only in African countries, as it is commonly believed. Latin American countries are also often used as directions for terminating voice traffic. In the region, there are rather large mobile operators, one of which is Telefonica. Choosing a large GSM operator for termination, you get a chance to have the maximum number of calls paid off.

Telecommunication company Telefonica takes 8th place in the list of the world's largest operators. Its subscriber base consists of 325 million users. This is a Spanish company that provides cellular services under different brands. In Spain and Latin America, it operates under the brand Movistar, in Europe (Great Britain, Germany) - under the trademark O2, in Brazil, the operator is known as Vivo.

In Latin America, Telefonica has a huge subscriber base. In Mexico, Movistar ranks second in the coverage of the mobile market. In Chile, Peru, Venezuela, and Brazil, it is the largest provider of cellular services. The company has several subsidiaries, including Telefonica Brazil (73 million subscribers - the Vivo brand), Telefonica Latin America (113 million subscribers, working in Argentina, El Salvador, Panama, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Nicaragua, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Uruguay).

If you plan to start a call termination business in one of the Latin American countries - Telefonica will be an excellent choice. You can read here about the most promising routes for terminating GSM traffic in this region.

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