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Fast fact:
'British mobile users sent 20.5bn SMS messages in 2003.' - Mobile Data Association (MDA)


> Visa
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Visa logoVisa is the world’s leading payment brand generating US$2.7 trillion in annual card sales volume. Visa has unsurpassed acceptance in more than 150 countries. The Visa organization plays a pivotal role in developing innovative payment products and technologies to benefit its 21,000 member financial institutions and their cardholders.

Upaid is enabling the Visa Mobile Recharge Service (VRMS) in select territories in the CEMEA (Central Europe, Middle East & Africa) region.

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> Amazônia Celular
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Amazônia Celular serves over 1 million customers in the states of Amapá, Amazonas, Maranhão, Pará and Roraima. Amazônia Celular offers the most comprehensive mobile telephony services and best network coverage in Brazil’s Northern region.

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> Claro
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Claro logoClaro, born of a merger of five large Brazilian mobile operators, provides TDMA and GSM mobile coverage in all Brazilian states, with proprietary network coverage in more than 800 cities throughout the country and as a VNP in a remaining Brazilian 6 states.

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> Oi
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OiOi was the first GSM operator in Brazil and remains the only 100% Brazilian-owned mobile operator. Oi provides the most extensive GSM network in the country throughout 16 states.

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> Sercomtel
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Sercomtel launched its TDMA network in 1996, the first digital cellular system to be introduced into Latin America. Sercomtel covers 98% of the Londrina urban area and more than three-quarters of the surrounding rural area while providing subscribers with national digital coverage through roaming agreements with almost all Brazilian A- and B-Band TDMA operators.

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> Telemig Celular
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Telemig Celular logoTelemig Celular provides 2.2 million Brazilian customers in the state of Minas Gerais with top-line mobile telephony, offering the most comprehensive service and best network coverage in the region?

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> TIM Brasil
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TIM connects over 40 million people in 11 countries, making it the largest operator present in South America. TIM’s three regional Brazilian operators collectively count over 4.5 million customers. The introduction of the GSM network in Brazil made TIM the Brazilian mobile operator present in the greatest number of states, and today all cities with TIM GSM coverage are also GPRS-enabled.

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> Vésper
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VesperVesper operates in 165 municipalities across 17 Brazilian states in the Southeastern, Northern and Northeastern regions. Since commercial launch in February 1999 Vesper has invested more than US$2bn in its network, making it the first company in Latin America to offer CDMA2000 1xEV-DO services, permitting wireless data transmission speeds of up to 2.4mbps.

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> Vivo
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Vivo logoVIVO is the largest South American operator, present in 19 Brazilian states as will as in the federal capital, Brasilia. Covering 86% of the national territory, equal to an area of 7m km2, VIVO counts over 17 million customers, representing half of all Brazilian mobile telephone subscribers.

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