Claro El Salvador

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Claro El Salvador
Subsidiary of América Móvil
Traded as NYSEAMX
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1999
Headquarters
  • Flagship headquarters: Mexico
  • Local headquarters: San Salvador
Key people
Daniel Hajj Aboumrad (CEO, AMX)
Carlos J. García Moreno (CFO, AMX)
Products Broadband
Mobile phone
Telephone
Television
(Quadruple Player)
UMTS/HSDPA, CDMA, GSM, Wireless Data Services, Push to Talk
Parent América Móvil
Website Claro El Salvador

Claro (formerly CTE Telecom) is a mobile and fixed phone, broadband and television service provider in El Salvador.

Formerly controlled by parent company CTE Telecom in El Salvador[1] (owned by América Móvil of Mexico), the company started its wireless service as "Personal" around 1999, and later added "ALÓ" with the motto "Facil y Rapido" (Spanish for "Easy and Fast ").[citation needed] In 2009, America Movil unified the brand in Latin America under the name Claro.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "El Salvador – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband". Research and Markets. October 2011. Retrieved February 9, 2013. 

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