LatAm region gets refreshes in Brazil and Mexico. Former VP Milagros Montenegro gets CFO spot at Peru.
Group rounding up new posse of open transport suppliers under the TIP flag. TIP spreading disaggregation wings to core network solutions.
Telefónica Peru was granted permission to share its radio access network with rival Entel Peru in order to meet increased demand during the COVID‑19 pandemic.
Group completed the transfer of a 50.22% shareholding in Telefónica Peru from Telefónica Latinoamérica Holding to Latin America Cellular Holdings.
SME suppliers in Spain thrown an early lifeline as Group takes steps to keep supply chain moving. O2 Germany reopening stores and account switching restrictions are eased in Spain. O2 UK focuses on supporting health services, but engineers at risk as 5G conspiracy suspicions lead to vandalism and assaults. ...
Vodafone rounding up new posse of open transport suppliers under the TIP flag.
Group‑wide commitments made to maintaining network capacity in light of changing demand. Cisco and Microsoft partnerships enabling additional enterprise customer support. Consumer benefits include temporary free content and information access, and leeway on data use. Cooperation with public administrations and local rivals seen across the Telefónica footprint.
FY19 results the first since a tightened focus on four major markets. Volatility in Hispam business seen as justification for focus on key regions.
Telxius is cooperating with Orange to supply backhaul connectivity for Dunant, a Google-backed submarine cable connecting Europe and the USA.
Private LTE network for leading mining group Minera Las Bambas, with path to 5G services.
Latest people movements include: Rafael Cisneros Mussa, Camilo Aya Caro, Carlos Morales Paulín, Luis Villalobos Vivanco, Juliana Otero Posada.
Telefónica on track for year, with management confident long-running strategy is beginning to pay off. Revenue and profit growing organically, but change in accounting standards may be flattering numbers. Operating costs floating up on digital transformation projects and to fuel the value-add commercial strategy. Latin America enterprise business growing ...
Revenue growth strong across the Group, but underlying weakness emerges in profitability. Digitalisation can now be considered the norm across the Group, and creating new growth opportunities. Convergence demand getting hot in most markets, but with UK said to be an exception. Capital expenditure remains significant as long‑term benefits ...
Appointment Telefónica Peru appointed Mauricio González Castelazo Kleimann as Director of Digital Channels and Customer Service.
Valter Sousa, Head of Big Deals & Outsourcing at Telefónica Peru, changed remit to become Head of Digital Infrastructure & Services Transformation at the Peruvian operating business.