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Claro Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

Claro Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay
Subsidiary of América Móvil
Traded as AMX
Industry Telecommunications
Predecessor(s) Compañía de Teléfonos del Interior
Headquarters Flagship headquarters
Mexico
Local headquarters
Argentina Buenos Aires

Uruguay

Paraguay
Key people Daniel Hajj Aboumrad (CEO, AMX)
Products Broadband
Mobile phone
Telephone
Television
(Quadruple Player)
UMTS/HSDPA, CDMA, GSM, Wireless Data Services, Push to Talk
Parent América Móvil
Subsidiaries Telmex Argentina, Telmex Uruguay
Website Claro Urugyuay

Claro (formerly CTI Móvil) is a mobile network operator with headquarters in Córdoba, Argentina that operates in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay (where it was formerly known as Port Hable), owned by América Móvil. Beginning March 25, 2008 it is known as Claro. Also provides service in Antarctica.

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  • Claro Argentina
  • Claro Paraguay
  • Claro Uruguay
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