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Cablemás (Cablemás, S.A. de C.V.)

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Cablemás - Cablemás, S.A. de C.V.

Mexico's Cablemás is a cable television, phone, and internet service provider and the country's second largest cable TV operator. The company offers its services through public telecommunications systems in the north, south-central, and southeast regions of Mexico under the concessions granted by the government. Operating in 49 cities, the company's cable network serves some 900,000 cable television subscribers, 300,000 high-speed internet subscribers, and 150,000 telephony lines, with some 2.8mn homes passed. The company is a subsidiary of Mexican broadcast giant Grupo Televisa. Cablemás was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Mexico City.

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Cablemás Data and Contacts

Name: Cablemás
Address: Sevilla 4, Colonia Juárez
City: Mexico DF,Distrito Federal
Country: Mexico
Phone number: 52-55-24545800
Website: http://www.cablemas.com.mx/
Sector: Telecommunications
Subsectors: IP telephony

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