América Móvil Merges Brands in Nicaragua

Nicaraguan Companies belonging to Grupo América Móvil will offer their services under one brand: Claro.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009


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This was announced at the Crowne Plaza Convention Center by Robert Samson, who will be responsible for the overall direction of the consortium, as part of the re-launch of the now unified service under the Claro brand, which now includes no-cost installations and optimization in malfunction repair.

The article in Elnuevodiario.com.ni reported that Augusto Vargas, who was the manager of Estesa and Cablenet said: "Estesa and Cablenet have been replaced as brands, better yet ... renovated with Claro." He noted that "in this manner, the 20-year anniversary of the introduction of cable television in the country is being celebrated in May."

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The phone company America Movil has launched operations in Costa Rica, with the opening of 40 outlets.

Claro has begun selling its products and services in Costa Rica, with an extensive network of branches in various parts of the greater metropolitan area.

With various promotions ranging from discounts on postpaid plans to packages in which the phone is free, the company expects to earn a place in the recently opened telecommunications market in Costa Rica.

Claro Reserving Space in Costa Rica

March 2011

The telecommunications company prepares stores at four local shopping centers.

Richard Taylor, Director of Claro in Costa Rica, told Elfinancierocr.com they have reserved space at Terramall (Cartago), Plaza del Sol (Curridabat), Multiplaza Escazú (San Jose) and Paseo de las Flores (Heredia).

New Claro Strategy in Honduras

June 2009

With 1.5 million users, América Móvil's subsidiary, announced its new image and strategy.

Luis del Cid, General Manager of Claro Honduras, made reference to some of the promotions that are valid throughout Central America, they include 10 x 1 minutes - for each minute you talk, you will have ten minutes free.

Superintendence Rejects Objections to Claro – ICE contract

October 2011

The Superintendency of Telecommunications in Costa Rica has rejected objections raised by Telefónica over an interconnection agreement between Claro and the ICE.

Overruling the complaints, the regulator has given the green light for the interconnection between the Ice and Claro.

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