Millicom said a US listing would give the company enhanced liquidity and access to a larger pool of investors, as well as dividends in dollars for shareholders.
The consultation is open until May 7 and contributions can be submitted online through the participa.br platform. The tender is to hire cloud in a centralized way, contracting a company to be responsible for providing the services and distributing them in the federal administration.
According to Millicom there is pent-up demand for broadband in the region.
The company added 1.4mn new postpaid mobile lines, close to a million of those in Brazil. Net income fell over 50%.
The company reported a 3.7% drop in quarterly revenue, but Ebitda margin shot up to 28%, the highest in 10 quarters.
Colombia's ICT minister David Luna announced on Tuesday that he is resigning from his position.
The company secured a US$79mn debt financing, has another deal in the pipeline and plans to use the resources to double its portfolio to 1,200 towers, within two years.