Listed on the São Paulo Stock Exchange and NYSE, Brasil Telecom is controlled by Solpart Participações, a consortium that includes Citigroup, Telecom Italia and Opportunity. Brasil Telecom is the dominant provider of local and intra-regional telephony in Brazil’s industrialised centre-south. It also offers domestic and international long-distance telephony since January 2004, and GSM mobile services since September 2004. It provides ADSL broadband services through its subsidiary BrT Serviços de Internet, and free dial-up access through its subsidiary ISPs iG and iBest. Following lengthy dispute between shareholders, Citigroup took control of Telecom in October 2005. This report contains statistical, financial and operational data as well as a historical overview of Brasil Telecom.
2. Company information
2.1 Brasil Telecom financial results – 2004
2.2 Brazil Telecom company history
2.3 Dispute between Telecom Italia and Opportunity
3. Subsidiary companies
3.1 Brasil Telecom Celular
3.2 BrT Serviços de Internet
3.2.2 iBest Corp
3.3 Grupo BrT Cabos Submarinos (formerly GlobeNet)
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