TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES GUATEMALA
TIGO, Comunicaciones Celulares, S.A. or just COMCEL is a mobile phone service provider company owned by the international mobile phone company Millicom or just MIC. On 2004 COMCEL changed their name to TIGO introducing their GSM Technology, new mobile phone sources, new mobile phones, more coverage, new fresh look and also new plans.
Telefónica, S.A., (BMAD: TEF, Euronext: TEF, NYSE: TEF, LSE: TDE, FWB: TEF, TYO: 9481) is a Spanish telecommunication company. Operating globally, it is one of the largest fixed-line and mobile telecommunications companies in the world: 4th in terms of number of clients (with the acquisition of O2 plc., Movistar and Manx Telecom) only behind China Mobile, Vodafone and China Unicom, and in the top five in market value. They were behind China Mobile, AT&T, and Vodafone in November 2007.
América Móvil (NYSE: AMX, BMV: AMX, NASDAQ: AMOV) is the fifth largest mobile network operator and the largest corporation in Latin America, and a Fortune 500 company. It is a Mexican publicly traded wireless communications company and provides services to over 152 million wireless subscribers in the Americas, primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean as of March 2007. The company has been a venture of Carlos Slim Helú, who was the richest person in the world on 2007 according to Mexican financial wealth with an estimated fortune of US$67.8 billion. It was ranked the number 1 Information Technology company in 2005 by the Business Week magazine .
Digicel is a mobile phone network provider in the Caribbean region. Based in Jamaica, the company provides mobile services in 23 in the Caribbean and Central America with more than six million wireless users. Digicel is preparing to launch in the British Virgin Islands, Honduras and Panama which will bring it to a total of 26 markets.