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Telefonos de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the ownership and operation of a telecommunications system in Mexico. It provides fixed-line telephony services, and fixed local and long distance telephone services. The company also offers other telecommunications-related services, such as corporate networks, Internet services, directory services, information network management, telephone equipment sales, telecommunications network integration services, interconnection services to other carriers, and paging services. Telefonos de Mexico also offers voice, data, and Internet services in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, and Colombia; wireless voice, data, and video transfer services, and local and long distance fixed-line voice services in Argentina; and satellite services in Brazil. In addition, it provides printed and online yellow pages directories, public phones and prepaid cards, hosting and co-location products, and Internet portals and e-commerce for consumers and businesses. Telefonos de Mexico was formed in 1947 and is headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico.


General Communication, Inc. (GCI) and its subsidiaries provide local and long-distance voice, video, and data communication services to residential, commercial, and government customers in the United States and internationally. The company offers long-distance telephone service between Alaska in the United States, and foreign countries; cable television services throughout Alaska; and facilities-based competitive local access services in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau, Alaska. It also provides Internet access services; origination and termination of traffic for certain common carriers in Alaska; and private line and private network services. GCI also offers managed services to certain commercial customers; broadband services, including its School Access to rural school districts and a similar offering to rural hospitals and health clinics; and sales and service of dedicated communications systems and related equipment. In addition, the company provides lease and sales of capacity on its undersea fiber optic cable systems used in the transmission of interstate and intrastate private line, switched message long distance, and Internet services; and distribution of white and yellow pages directories to residential and business customers in certain markets it serve and on-line directory products. The company also supplies integrated voice and data communications systems incorporating interstate and intrastate digital private lines, point-to-point, and multipoint private network and small earth station services. As of December 31, 2004, it had approximately 91,300 long-distance customers, 112,100 local access lines in service, 134,700 basic cable subscribers, and 101,600 Internet subscribers, including 65,500 cable modem subscribers. GCI was founded in 1979 by Bob Walp and Ron Duncan. The company is based in Anchorage, Alaska.