Wall Street Journal  Jan 23  Comment 
Mexican fixed-line phone company Telefonos de Mexico denied reports that it is seeking to split up the company ahead of impending regulatory decisions on how to increase competition.
Sydney Morning Herald  Feb 7  Comment 
Mexican regulators have fined billionaire Carlos Slim's Telefonos de Mexico company $52 million (657 million pesos) for blocking a competitor.
Reuters  Jun 28  Comment 
Mexican cell phone giant America Movil said on Thursday it is offering to holders of certain notes of its unit Telefonos de Mexico, or Telmex, a fee in exchange for...
Reuters  Nov 14  Comment 
Giant Mexican mobile phone company America Movil said on Monday it held nearly 93 percent of Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex) stock following the preliminary results of a shareholder buyout...
Wall Street Journal  Oct 10  Comment 
Mexican telecommunications heavyweight America Movil said it has received authorization from the National Banking and Securities Commission to start its offer to buy the 40% of fixed-line unit Telefonos de Mexico that it doesn't already own, and...
Reuters  Oct 7  Comment 
Mexican mobile phone giant America Movil plans to launch its bid to buy the rest of fixed-line phone unit Telefonos de Mexico in mid-November, Chief Executive Officer Daniel...
Reuters  Aug 8  Comment 
The board of Telefonos de Mexico on Monday said it agreed to move forward on an offer by Carlos Slim's America Movil to buy the part of the telephone company that it...
Wall Street Journal  Jun 10  Comment 
Mexican telecommunication regulator Cofetel ordered fixed-line phone operator Telefonos de Mexico to drastically reduce the rate it charges to connect competitors' calls to its network.


Telefonos de Mexico S.A.B. de C.V. owns and operates a fixed-line telecommunications system in Mexico. The Company also provides other telecommunications and telecommunications-related services, such as corporate networks, Internet access services, information network management, telephone and computer equipment sales, and interconnection services to other carriers. It has developed a multi-service network, in which approximately 94% of its lines have the capacity to provide simultaneous transmission of voice and data through a broadband connection. Of the Company’s revenues during the year ended December 31, 2008, 39.5% was attributable to local service, 19.8% to long-distance service, 15.4% to interconnection, 9.8% to corporate networks, and 10.6% to Internet access services. Other services, including primarily sales of computers, telephones and accessories at Telmex stores and billing and collection services to third parties, accounted for 4.9% of revenues.


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