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Lago Alberto 245

Plaza Carso/Edificio Telcel

Colonia Granada Ampliacion

Mexico City, DF 11529

Mexico

Phone: 52 55 2581 4449

Fax: 52 55 2581 4422

bscribers through the networks of cellular service providers with which the company has entered into international roaming agreements worldwide, and the company provides CDMA, GSM and 3G roaming services to customers of its international roaming partners. In Puerto Rico, the company has established ‘reverse toll billing,’ under which, the fees for connecting its fixed-line customers’ calls to other wireless providers’ customers are paid by such wireless providers. The company offers data services, including SMS, MMS, premium SMS and premium MMS, mobile entertainment services, data-transmission, Internet browsing and email services. The company also offers various products as complements to its wireless service, including handsets and smart phones, and accessories, such as chargers, headsets, belt clips, batteries, broadband cards and netbooks. In addition, the company offers other wireless services, such as push-to-talk services in the Dominican Republic. Fixed-line Services and Products: The company offers fixed-line voice services, including local and long-distance services, data services, including data administration and hosting services, broadband services and Pay TV services to both corporate and residential customers under various plans to meet the needs of different user segments. In addition, the company offers VOIP and network monitoring services in Puerto Rico. Competition: In the Dominican Republic, the company's principal wireless competitor is Orange Dominicana S.A., and its principal fixed-line competitor is Tricom S.A. In the fixed-line business, its principal competitors in Puerto Rico are AT&T Mobility Puerto Rico Inc.; Choice Cable; Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico LLC; WorldNet Telecommunications, Inc.; and other competitive local exchange carriers. OTHER INVESTMENTS Investment in KPN: As of December 31, 2012, the company owned 29.77% of the outstanding shares of KPN. KPN is the telecommunications and IT service provider in the Netherlands, offering fixed-line service, wireless service, Internet and TV to consumers. KPN offers business customers complete telecommunications and IT solutions. KPN IT Solutions offers global IT services. KPN provides wholesale network services to third parties and operates an IP-based infrastructure with global scale in international wholesale through iBasis. Investment in Telekom Austria: As of December 31, 2012, the company owned approximately 23.69% of the outstanding shares of Telekom Austria. Telekom Austria is the communications provider in Central and Eastern Europe with approximately 23 million customers. Telekom Austria operates in eight countries: Austria (A1), Slovenia (Si.mobil), Croatia (Vipnet), the Republic of Serbia (Vip mobile) and the Republic of Macedonia (Vip operator), Bulgaria (Mobiltel), Belarus (velcom) and Liechtenstein (mobilkom liechtenstein). Together, these 8 countries comprise a market of approximately 41 million. Telekom Austria’s portfolio includes products and services of voice telephony, broadband Internet, multimedia services, and data and IT solutions, wholesale, as well as mobile payment solutions. Regulation Mexico: Under the Federal Telecommunications Law, an operator of public telecommunications networks, such as Telcel or Telmex, must operate under a concession granted by the Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transportation (Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT)). The SCT, through the Federal Telecommunications Commission (Comisión Federal de Telecomunicaciones), is the government agency principally responsible for regulating telecommunications services. Brazil: The Brazilian Telecommunications Law (Lei Geral das Telecomunicações Brasileiras) provides a framework for telecommunications regulation. The primary regulator of its Brazilian subsidiaries is the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações, or Anatel), which has the authority to grant concessions and licenses for all telecommunications services, except for broadcasting services, and to propose and issue regulations that are legally binding on telecommunications services providers. Ecua

 

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