AT&T Mexico

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AT&T Mexico (formerly known as Iusacell and Nextel Mexico) also known as AT&T Mexico Wireless and AT&T Mexico Mobility is a Mexican mobile telephone operator and subsidiary of AT&T, which is headquartered in Mexico City.wikipedia
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Televisa

Grupo Televisaesmas.comCanal 4, Telesistema Mexicano
The company was originally Iusacell, a Joint venture at a rate 50% each, between Grupo Salinas and Grupo Televisa, however, on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, Cofetel temporarily refused to approve a merger between Televisa and Iusacell, with three votes against, for illegal damage to third parties and hindering competition for open and pay television.
In September 2014, it was announced that Grupo Salinas would acquire Grupo Televisa's 50 percent stake in Mexico's third largest wireless operator Iusacell for a fee of $717 million.

AT&T Mobility

AT&TCingularCingular Wireless
AT&T Mobility is the largest wireless telecommunications provider in the United States and Puerto Rico ahead of Verizon Wireless and the largest wireless telecommunications provider in North America when including AT&T Mexico.

Grupo Salinas

Grupo AztecaPedro PadillaTelecosmo
The company was originally Iusacell, a Joint venture at a rate 50% each, between Grupo Salinas and Grupo Televisa, however, on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, Cofetel temporarily refused to approve a merger between Televisa and Iusacell, with three votes against, for illegal damage to third parties and hindering competition for open and pay television.
Iusacell was sold to AT&T in 2014, and rebranded as AT&T Mexico.

Unefón

Unefon
In June 2003 a Movil@ccess (Movilaccess) of Grupo Salinas, extended a tender offer to purchase the control of Grupo Iusacell's stock, by the time Grupo Salinas already own a mobile phone company, Unefon, but the other major stock holder of Unefon, Grupo Saba, disagreed in the purchase of Iusacell because of the debt and low profit problems.
Unefon is a Mexican mobile telecommunications brand used by AT&T Mexico, a subsidiary of AT&T Inc., used for prepaid products.

AT&T

AT&T Inc.Southwestern Bell CorporationAT&T Latin America
AT&T Mexico (formerly known as Iusacell and Nextel Mexico) also known as AT&T Mexico Wireless and AT&T Mexico Mobility is a Mexican mobile telephone operator and subsidiary of AT&T, which is headquartered in Mexico City.
AT&T purchased the Mexican carrier Iusacell in late 2014, and two months later purchased the Mexican wireless business of NII Holdings, merging the two companies to create AT&T Mexico.

Telcel

Equipo Telcel
This was the second 3G Wireless Network, in Mexico after Iusacell's 3G Nationwide CDMA2000 network.

Mexico City

Federal DistrictMexico City, MexicoDistrito Federal
The company provides cellular services reaching about 90% of Mexico's population, including Mexico City and received more licenses to cover the remaining regions in early 2005.

Verizon Communications

VerizonBell AtlanticGTE
Bell Atlantic (now Verizon Communications) and Vodafone Group together acquired 74.5% of the company in 2001 from the Peralta family, which founded Iusacell in 1987.

Vodafone

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Bell Atlantic (now Verizon Communications) and Vodafone Group together acquired 74.5% of the company in 2001 from the Peralta family, which founded Iusacell in 1987.

Code-division multiple access

CDMAcode division multiple accessCDMA-450
The company has national coverage, and integrates the only two providers of wireless telecommunications services in the country using CDMA technology.

T-Mobile US

T-MobileT-Mobile USAVoiceStream Wireless
Alike U.S. carrier T-Mobile US, also branded "4G."

NII Holdings

NextelNIINextel Philippines
On January 30, 2015, AT&T announced the purchase of Nextel Mexico for $1,875 million to NII Holdings, this excluding financial debts.

Wireless

wireless communicationwireless communicationswireless internet

Droid X

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It was distributed by Verizon Wireless in the United States and Iusacell in Mexico.

HTC Wildfire

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In Mexico, the carrier announced is Iusacell however it has been incorrectly marked as HTC Desire A.

Erik Mariñelarena

Mariñelarena established E Corp Studio in 2001, as an advertising agency and multimedia production company, developing television commercials and websites for such clients as the telecommunications companies Iusacell, Telcel and Telmex.

Pegasus V

Princess Mariana (yacht)
Pegasus V (formerly Princess Mariana) is a yacht originally built for Carlos Peralta, head of lusacell (now AT&T Mexico).

Gustavo Guzmán

Gustavo Guzman
Gustavo Guzmán Sepúlveda is CEO of Azteca Telecom, holding company that includes Iusacell, (Unefon,) Todito.com, Movil@ccess, Red Azteca, Llama TV & CAPTA.