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TIM, T-Mobile and Telefonica create partnership
Posted on 8-Apr-2003 07:50 | Tags Filed under: News

The three companies will act together to complement their offerings in countries where they work. TIM (based in Italy), T-Mobile (based in Germany) and Telefonica (based in Spain) have more than 160 million mobile customers together around the world in all markets they opperate.

The new alliance will create a unified product line, alowing for voice, data and internet access across their network, with seamless roaming for their users.

Their customer base, together is spread like this (million customers): Europe (98.3), Eastern Europe ( 14.4), Latin America (36.6), U.S.A. (9.9) and Mediterraneo (2.8).

The three companies are open to more operators joining the club.


More information: http://www.telefonicamoviles.com...
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