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Telefonica Brasil S.A. is a mobile telecommunications company in Brazil offering postpaid mobile services. The Company also operates as a fixed telecommunications company in the state of Sao Paulo. The Company markets its mobile services under its Vivo brand. It offers its clients a portfolio of products, including mobile and fixed voice, mobile data, fixed broadband, ultra-fast broadband, Pay television, information technology and digital services. Its operations consist of local and long distance fixed telephone services; mobile services, including value-added services; data services, including broadband services and mobile data services; Pay television services through direct to home (DTH), Internet protocol television (IPTV) and cable; network services, such as rental of facilities, as well as other services; wholesale services, including interconnection; digital services; services designed specifically for corporate customers, and the sale of wireless devices and accessories.
Av Engenheiro Luis Carlos Berrini
1376 32 andar, Cidade Moncoes
Eduardo Navarro de Carvalho
Chairman of the Board
Christian Mauad Gebara
Chief Executive Officer, Director
David Melcon Sanchez Friera
Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer
Breno Rodrigo Pacheco de Oliveira
General Secretary and Legal Officer
Ana Theresa Borsari
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Telefonica Brasil SA's second-quarter results were pressured by the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the economy but it still exceeded expectations as operations began to improve in June.
Brazilian telecoms firm Oi SA confirmed on Tuesday in a securities filing that it received a new 16.5 billion reais ($3.2 billion) bid for its mobile assets from Telecoms Tim Participacoes, Telefonica Brasil and America Movil's Claro .
Telecoms Tim Participacoes <TIMP3.SA>, Telefonica Brasil <VIVT4.SA> and America Movil's Claro <AMXL.MX> on Monday night raised their bid to buy Oi SA's <OIBR4.SA> mobile assets out of bankruptcy for 16.5 billion reais ($3.21 billion).
Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE has rejected an appeal against an infrastructure sharing deal signed by two major telecoms in the country, Telefonica Brasil SA and TIM Participações SA, it said in a statement on Wednesday.
Telefonica Brasil SA on Wednesday reported a 14.1% drop in first-quarter net income, missing market expectations as higher taxes and depreciation overshadowed cost-cutting efforts.
Telefonica Brasil SA on Wednesday reported a 14.1% drop in first-quarter net income, missing market expectations as higher taxes and depreciation overshadowed its cost-cutting efforts.
Shares in Telefonica Brasil SA <VIVT4.SA> and TIM Participações SA <TIMP3.SA> rose in the morning trading as both companies said they are planning a joint offer to buy the mobile unit of bankrupt Brazilian carrier Oi SA <OIBR3.SA>.
(Corrects to show Telefonica Brasil and TIM's Brazil unit plan joint bid for Oi's mobile business, not whole company) The following factors could affect Italian markets on Wednesday.
Telefonica Brasil SA and TIM Participações SA have expressed interest in negotiating a joint offer to buy the mobile unit of bankrupt Brazilian carrier Oi SA, the two companies said on Tuesday in securities filings.
Telefonica Brasil SA plans to convert all its 1.1 billion preferred shares into common stock, adopting a single-class share structure, the company said in a filing on Monday.
Telefonica Brasil SA , the country's largest wireless carrier, aims to keep capital spending at levels similar to last year, executives said on Wednesday, after investments to prepare for fifth-generation (5G) mobile technology weighed on earnings.
Brazil's largest wireless carrier Telefonica Brasil SA reported a drop in fourth-quarter net income, despite higher revenues and lower costs.
Telefonica Brasil SA is likely to deliver stronger results in the fourth-quarter, as Brazil's economic outlook improves and one-off effects that hit the two previous quarters will no longer be felt, its chief executive said on Monday.
Telefonica Brasil SA, which operates Brazil's largest wireless carrier, posted a third-quarter net profit of 965 million reais ($242 million), down 69% from the same quarter last year, the company said on Monday in a securities filing.
Brazilian carriers Telefonica Brasil and TIM Participações <TIMP3.SA> will consider acquiring assets from struggling rival Oi SA <OIBR4.SA> if they are put up for sale, executives from both companies said on Tuesday.
Telefonica Brasil SA plans to boost revenue in the second half of 2019 by raising prices in the mobile segment, as the company bets on a more vigorous economic recovery, Chief Executive Officer Christian Gebara said on Wednesday.
Brazilian wireless carrier Telefonica Brasil expects to participate in all spectrum auctions planned for next year, including the ones for 5G frequencies, Chief Executive Christian Gebara said on Wednesday.
Telefonica Brasil SA on Wednesday reported a 55.2% fall in second- quarter net income compared with the same period a year earlier, exceeding market expectations.
Brazilian wireless carrier Telefonica Brasil expects rising prices to keep revenue on a positive track this year even as competition in Latin America's largest market grows, Chief Executive Christian Gebara said on Thursday.
Telefonica Brasil, the largest wireless carrier in the country, is increasing prices in pre-paid lines after years of stagnation, a move likely to positively impact revenues in the second quarter, Chief Executive Christian Gebara told journalists on Thursday.
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