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38 Hans Crescent

London, SW1X 0LZ

United Kingdom

Phone: 44 20 7190 6449


marily through its 80%-owned subsidiary VTR GlobalCom. The company’s mobile service in Chile is conducted primarily though VTR Wireless, also an 80%-owned subsidiary. VTR GlobalCom offers triple-play services consisting of video, broadband Internet and fixed-line telephony services in 64 cities, including Santiago, Iquique, Antofagasta, Concepción, Viña del Mar, Valparaiso and Rancagua, and other smaller cities across Chile. VTR GlobalCom obtains programming from the United States, Europe, Argentina and Mexico. There is also domestic cable programming in Chile, based on local events such as football (soccer) matches and regional content. The premium channels include movies, sports, kids, international and adult channels. VTR GlobalCom’s analog service is offered only in areas where its digital service is not available. VTR GlobalCom also owns and operates, a non-subscription service that provides on-line streaming content on a pay-per-view basis. VTR GlobalCom offers its broadband Internet services in 34 communities within Santiago and 42 communities outside Santiago. VTR GlobalCom also offers multi-feature telephony service over its cable network to customers in 34 communities within Santiago and 42 communities outside Santiago via either circuit-switched telephony or VoIP, depending on location. Puerto Rico: The company’s broadband telecommunications service in Puerto Rico is conducted through its indirect 60%-owned subsidiary Liberty Puerto Rico. Liberty Puerto Rico offers only digital broadband services and provides these services in the San Juan metropolitan area and various other municipalities covering two-thirds of the island. Liberty Puerto Rico’s video service includes a basic tier of digital programming, an extended tier and premium packages, as well as a VoD service. The Liberty Puerto Rico network includes a 360 mile fiber ring around its network providing enhanced interconnectivity points to the island’s other local and international telecommunications companies. Programming Services In October 2013, the company entered into an agreement to sell substantially all of Chellomedia’s assets to AMC Networks Inc. The assets to be disposed of pursuant to the Chellomedia Transaction exclude Chellomedia’s premium sports and film channels in the Netherlands. The Chellomedia Transaction was closed on January 31, 2014. Competition Switzerland: The company competes with Swisscom AG (Swisscom) in Switzerland. U. K. (Virgin Media): Virgin Media’s digital television services compete primarily with those of BSkyB. It also competes with BT Group plc, which offers VDSL services. Germany (Unitymedia KabelBW): Unitymedia KabelBW competes with Deutsche Telekom, Net Cologne GmbH, and Sky Deutschland. Belgium (Telenet): Telenet’s principal competitor is Belgacom NV/SA (Belgacom), the incumbent telecommunications operator. The Netherlands: The company’s main competitor includes Royal KPN NV (KPN). Switzerland: The company’s main competitor is Swisscom. Other Western Europe: UPC Ireland’s primary competition for video customers comes from BSkyB. Central and Eastern Europe: In providing video services, UPC Poland competes primarily with DTH service providers, including DTH providers, Cyfrowy Polsat SA and NC+ platform (owned by the Vivendi Group). The DTH service provider Orange Poland, a subsidiary of France Telecom S.A., is another significant competitor. The company’s subsidiary, UPC DTH competes with Digi TV. UPC Hungary faces competition from the incumbent telecommunications company Magyar Telekom, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. In Slovakia, the company competes with the DTH service provider, Slovak Telekom a.s., a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. In Romania, competition also comes from DTH services offered by Rom Telecom SA. Latin America: VTR GlobalCom competes primarily with DTH service providers in Chile, including the incumbent Chilean telecommunications operator Compañia de Telecomunicaciones de Chile SA using the brand name Movistar (Movistar), Claro Chile S.A., a subsidiary of América Móvil, S.A.B. de C.V. (Claro), and DirecTV Chile. Puerto Rico: Liberty Puerto


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