CTM (Macau)

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Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau S.A.R.L.
澳門電訊有限公司
Private company
Industry Telecommunications
Mobile Communications
Founded 1981
Headquarters Macau, China
Area served
Macau
Key people
Mr. Vandy Poon, CEO
Mr. Rui Marcelo, IT VP
Products mobile services,
data services
Website http://www.ctm.net

Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau S.A.R.L (CTM; Chinese: 澳門電訊有限公司) is a telecommunications company in Macau, which obtained monopoly franchise license from the government except mobile telephone services. The result of this monopoly has lead to a terrible service and almost laughably slow connection speeds.

History[edit]

In October 1981, an agreement was reached between the then Macau government and Cable and Wireless plc (telecom operator in the UK) to set up the new company Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau S.A.R.L.. Shareholders included Portuguese Marconi Company (later acquired by Portugal Telecom group), CITIC Pacific (which shareholding was transferred to CITIC Telecom International in 2010) and the Macao Post.[1]

Organizational structure[edit]

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Vice President, Finance
  • Vice President, Legal and Regulatory
  • Vice President, Strategy and Business Performance
  • Vice President, Network Services
  • Vice President, Commercial
  • Vice President, Human Resources and Administration
  • Secretary to Executive Committee

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CTM. "About CTM". Retrieved 2013-11-30.