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VTR (telecom company)

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VTR Globalcom S.A.
Subsidiary of Liberty Latin America[1]
IndustryTelecommunications
PredecessorVía Trans Radio Chilena
Founded1928
HeadquartersAv. Apoquindo Nº4800, Las Condes, ,
Area served
All regions of Chile
Key people
David Leonard, Guillermo Ponce
ProductsInternet
Cable television
Telephony
mobile telephony
ParentLiberty Latin America
Websitevtr.com

VTR Globalcom S.A. is a Chilean telecommunications company. It is the country's largest provider of subscription television, with 1,065,675 subscribers (32.8% market share, as of September 2017),[2] and of fixed broadband Internet access (38.0% share, as of September 2017).[3] It is also the second largest provider of fixed telephone service (20.0%, as of September 2017), behind Telefónica.[4] It also has a small but growing participation (0.90%, as of September 2017) in the mobile phone business.[5]

It is wholly owned by Liberty Latin America following the split of Liberty Latin America from Liberty Global effective December 29, 2017[6]; Grupo Saieh's CorpGroup previously owned 20% until March 2014 when Liberty Global acquired the remaining 20% it didn't own.[7][8]

VTR also owns Bazuca.com, a video rental services company, and —together with Turner Broadcasting SystemCNN Chile, a 24-hour news channel based in Santiago.[8]

References

  1. ^ http://www.lla.com
  2. ^ http://www.subtel.gob.cl/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1_SERIES_SERVICIOS_LIMITADOS_TV_SEP17_221117.xlsx
  3. ^ http://www.subtel.gob.cl/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1_SERIES_CONEXIONES_INTERNET_FIJA_SEP17_211117.xlsx
  4. ^ http://www.subtel.gob.cl/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1_SERIES_LINEAS_TELEFONICAS_SEP17_031117.xlsx
  5. ^ http://www.subtel.gob.cl/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1_ABONADOS_MOVILES_SEP17_021117.xlsx
  6. ^ https://www.libertyglobal.com/pdf/press-release/LLA-Press-Release-Completion-of-Split-off.pdf
  7. ^ "Liberty Global Acquires Remaining 20% of VTR, Chile's Largest Cable Operator" (PDF). Liberty Global. 2014-03-14. Retrieved 2014-03-17.
  8. ^ a b "Quiénes Somos". Vtr.com. Retrieved 2012-04-02.

External links

Template:Liberty Latin America


Coordinates: 33°23′39″S 70°37′06″W / 33.39417°S 70.61833°W / -33.39417; -70.61833

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