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Telefónica seeks reduced price for Oi’s assets auctioned in Brazil

Renta 4 | Telefónica Brasil (Telefónica (TEF) 74,2%) finalised the acquisition of Oi’s assets which corresponded to the Spanish firm for a total of 1.063 billion euros. Telefónica Brasil paid some 966 million euros on the closing date of the transaction in April 2022. The payment of the remaining 10% is subject to specific price adjustments and potential indemnisation obligations. Separately, Telefónica Brasil took on a commitment to make an extra payment of…

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Telefónica Joins CDPQ To Create Fibrasil, A Neutral Fibre Wholesale Network Provider In Brazil

Upon completion of the transaction, Telefónica and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec will each hold 50% in FiBrasil under a co-control governance model. Telefónica Group’s 50% participation will be held through Telefônica Brazil (“Vivo”) and Telefónica Infra, the infrastructure arm of Telefónica Group, each holding a stake of 25%. Operating as a neutral wholesale company, FiBrasil is set to deploy and operate fibre-optic networks in selected mid-sized cities across Brazil outside the state of Sao Paulo.

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Telefonica Joins Forces with TIM And Claro To Buy Oi, A Deal Aimed At Defending Its Leadership Position In Brazil

Spanish telecommunications’ giant Telefonica, together with Italy’s TIM and Mexico’s Claro, have tabled a 2.706 billion euros joint offer for the assets of Brazil’s Oi, the fourth largest telco in Brazil. This bid is 10% over the minimum auction price of 2.5 billion euros required by the company. Telefonica is market leader in Brazil with a share of 33% followed by TIM and Claro, with 24% each.


Telefonica Brasil did not correctly reflect incentives in its registers

Alphavalue | Telefonica´s poor figures for Q119 traded with falls of 31%. Sales of 11.98 Bn€ › 11.81 Bn€ estimated by the consensus. Our analysts highlight that the operator improved income in all the geographic areas where it is present, especially in Spain and Brazil, its two main markets.