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It is one of the largest telephone operators and mobile network providers in the world.
Telefónica (Telefónica)

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Telefónica, S.A. is a Spanish multinational telecommunications company headquartered in Madrid, Spain.
It hosts the head offices of the vast majority of major Spanish companies, such as Telefónica, IAG or Repsol.

Movistar

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As well as the Telefónica brand, it also trades as Movistar, O2 and Vivo. It owns Telefónica de España which is the largest fixed phone and ADSL operator in Spain, Telefónica Móviles, the largest mobile phone operator in Spain (under the Movistar brand), and Terra Networks, S.A., an Internet subsidiary.
Movistar is a major telecommunications brand owned by Telefónica, operating in Spain and in many Hispanic American countries.

List of mobile network operators

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It is one of the largest telephone operators and mobile network providers in the world.

ITT Inc.

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The company was created in Madrid in 1924 as Compañía Telefónica Nacional de España (CTNE) with ITT as one of its major shareholders.
ITT's first major expansion was in 1923 when it consolidated the Spanish Telecoms market into what is now Telefónica.

Vivo (telecommunications)

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As well as the Telefónica brand, it also trades as Movistar, O2 and Vivo. In football, Teléfonica is an official sponsor for several national teams like Spain (Movistar+) in Europe and Brazil (vivo), Mexico, Colombia, Peru or Venezuela in America.
Telefónica bought Telesp, the São Paulo division, and rebranded it to Telefónica.

Telefónica Europe

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As well as the Telefónica brand, it also trades as Movistar, O2 and Vivo.
Digifone became O2 Ireland in 2001 as a subsidiary of mmO2 plc following the demerger from BT. O2 Ireland became a subsidiary of Telefónica in 2006, after its parent company O2 in the United Kingdom was purchased.

Terra (company)

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It owns Telefónica de España which is the largest fixed phone and ADSL operator in Spain, Telefónica Móviles, the largest mobile phone operator in Spain (under the Movistar brand), and Terra Networks, S.A., an Internet subsidiary.
Part of Telefónica Group (the former Spanish public telephone monopoly), Terra operates as a web portal or Internet access provider in the U.S., Spain, and 16 Latin American countries.

CaixaBank

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The company consists of the universal banking and insurance activities of the La Caixa group, along with the group's stakes in the oil and gas firm Repsol, the telecommunications company Telefónica and its holdings in several other financial institutions.

Spain

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Telefónica, S.A. is a Spanish multinational telecommunications company headquartered in Madrid, Spain.
Spanish companies invested in fields like renewable energy commercialisation (Iberdrola was the world's largest renewable energy operator ), technology companies like Telefónica, Abengoa, Mondragon Corporation (which is the world's largest worker-owned cooperative), Movistar, Hisdesat, Indra, train manufacturers like CAF, Talgo, global corporations such as the textile company Inditex, petroleum companies like Repsol or Cepsa and infrastructure, with six of the ten biggest international construction firms specialising in transport being Spanish, like Ferrovial, Acciona, ACS, OHL and FCC.

Telefônica Brasil

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Telefónica is the parent of Telefônica Brasil.
Telefônica Brasil trading as Vivo, is a Brazilian telecommunications group, subsidiary of Spanish Telefónica.

Telefónica Germany

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Following the purchase, Telefónica merged Telefónica Deutschland and O2 Germany to form the current business Telefónica Germany.
of which O2 Germany is a part, was acquired by Spanish telecoms giant, Telefónica.

Manx Telecom

According to the merger announcement, O2, which provided mobile phone services in the UK, Ireland, Germany and the Isle of Man (uniquely to the O2 group Manx Telecom also offered fixed-line services), retained its name and continued to be based in the United Kingdom, keeping both the brand and the management team.
It was acquired by Telefónica in 2006.

Altice Portugal

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It also owns a majority stake in the Brazilian mobile operator Vivo, having agreed on 28 July 2010 to buy Portugal Telecom's stake in the firm for €7.5 billion, after increasing its original offer by €1.8 billion over three months of incident-rich negotiations.
Similarly, in November 2005, the Commission had forced the Spanish government to give up its golden share in the other telecommunications' major player in the Iberian Peninsula, the Spanish telecoms giant Telefónica.

Movistar+

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In football, Teléfonica is an official sponsor for several national teams like Spain (Movistar+) in Europe and Brazil (vivo), Mexico, Colombia, Peru or Venezuela in America.
Movistar+ is the trade name of the subscription platform for digital television owned by Telefónica, which operates in Spain and is distributed via satellites such as Astra and Hispasat as well as with ADSL and optical fiber.

América Móvil

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It offers mobile solutions for the Guatemalan market and is one of only three mobile operators in Guatemala, international operator as Millicom (TIGO) and América Móvil (Claro).
In January 2010, it made an offer to buy Carso Telecom and Telmex International in order to better compete against Spain's Telefonica and Malaysia's Telekom Malaysia.

Hutchison Whampoa

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It was announced on 24 June 2013 that Telefónica had agreed to sell its O2 Ireland mobile business for at least €780 million ($1 billion) in cash to Hutchison Whampoa's subsidiary 3.
In January 2015, Li Ka-shing entered into talks with Telefónica to buy its British mobile division O2 for around $15.4 billion but the deal was blocked in 2016 by the EU's Competition Commissioner.

Movistar Team (men's team)

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From 2011, they are to sponsor the Spanish UCI ProTour cycling team known as Movistar Team.
The title sponsor is the Spanish mobile telephone company Telefónica, with the team riding under the name of the company's brand Movistar.

O2 Czech Republic

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In 2011, the company was renamed Telefónica Czech Republic and in 2013, it was announced that Telefónica would sell its stake in the company to PPF.
Previously two companies, fixed-line operator Český Telecom and mobile operator Eurotel, it was acquired by the Spanish company Telefónica in 2005 and merged into a single legal entity and given its present name on 1 July 2006.

Euro Stoxx 50

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The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.

Miami

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Based in Miami, Florida, Telefónica USA, Inc. provides services to U.S.-based multinational companies that have operations in Latin America and Europe.
Several large companies are headquartered in or around Miami, including but not limited to: Akerman Senterfitt, Alienware, Arquitectonica, Arrow Air, Bacardi, Benihana, Brightstar Corporation, Burger King, Celebrity Cruises, Carnival Corporation, Carnival Cruise Lines, Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, Espírito Santo Financial Group, Fizber.com, Greenberg Traurig, Holland & Knight, Inktel Direct, Interval International, Lennar, Navarro Discount Pharmacies, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Oceania Cruises, Perry Ellis International, RCTV International, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Ryder Systems, Seabourn Cruise Line, Sedano's, Telefónica USA, UniMÁS, Telemundo, Univision, U.S. Century Bank, Vector Group, and World Fuel Services.

Brasil Telecom

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The landline division is currently part of Brasil Telecom.
Brasil Telecom, the country's third largest fixed-line operator, and Opportunity, which controlled Brasil Telecom, hired Kroll to determine whether Telecom Italia competed with Brasil Telecom in 2000 in the latter's acquisition of the Brazilian fixed-line phone company Companhia Riograndense de Telecomunicoes ('CRT') from Spain's Telefónica with the purpose of increasing the final price paid by Brasil Telecom for CRT, as both Opportunity and Telecom Italia were struggling for the control of Brasil Telecom.

3 (telecommunications)

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It was announced on 24 June 2013 that Telefónica had agreed to sell its O2 Ireland mobile business for at least €780 million ($1 billion) in cash to Hutchison Whampoa's subsidiary 3.
On 24 June 2013, it was announced that Hutchison would acquire Telefónica's Irish mobile operations, O2, for €780 million, to be merged into Three Ireland upon completion of the deal.

Telecom Italia

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Telefónica currently owns 46% of Telco, the holding company that controls 22% of Telecom Italia, Italy's former government–owned telephone company.
Telefónica owned 46% of Telco, the holding company that controlled 22% of Telecom Italia.

E-Plus

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Telefónica Germany, purchased competitor E-Plus on 1 October 2014.