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Who is the CEO of Altice Portugal?

Alexandre Filipe Fonseca Chief Executive Officer

Alexandre Fonseca has been the Executive President of Altice Portugal, the market leader in the telecommunications sector in Portugal, since 2017 and has over 20 years of professional experience.

What is Altice known for?

Altice Europe (commonly known as Altice) is a French Netherlands-based multinational telecoms and mass media company, founded and headed by the French-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi, and the second largest telecoms company in France, behind Orange. It has a market capitalisation of €13.7 billion (US$16.29 billion), as of December 2017.

What happened to Altice Europe?

Altice Europe was delisted and subsequently ceased to exist. Existing and prospective Altice France and Altice International debt investors may refer to the separate Altice France and Altice International webpages.

Is orange owned by Altice?

In November 2013, Orange announced it was selling Orange Dominicana to Altice for $1.4 billion. In March 2014, it acquired SFR, Frances second largest mobile phone and Internet services company, from Vivendi.

Who is Altice Portugal owned by?

Altice Portugal. Since June 2, 2015, the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Altice Group, a multinational cable and telecommunications company with a presence in France, Israel, Belgium & Luxembourg, Portugal, French West Indies/Indian Ocean Area and Dominican Republic (“Overseas Territories”), Switzerland, and the United States.

Who is the CEO of Portugal Telecom?

On June 2, 2015, Altice Group announced closing of Portugal Telecom acquisition. Paulo Manuel da Conceição Neves was appointed as CEO. On November 21, 2017, Paulo Neves resigned as CEO and was replaced by Alexandre Filipe Fonseca. Altice owns MEO, the largest landline operator in Portugal.

Why did Oi sell its assets to Altice?

Its assets in Portugal were sold to Altice in 2015 per request of, Oi SA, to reduce debt. The African assets were mostly sold for the same reason. Portugal Telecom, SGPS SA was split in separate companies: PT Portugal (now Altice Portugal) and Pharol (formerly PT SGPS), which owns a 27,5% stake in Oi.

Is Telkom owned by Altice?

Since June 2, 2015, the company has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Altice Europe, a multinational cable and telecommunications company with a presence in France, Israel, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, French West Indies/Indian Ocean Area, the Dominican Republic, and Switzerland.

What is Altice known for?

Altice Europe (commonly known as Altice) is a French Netherlands-based multinational telecoms and mass media company, founded and headed by the French-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi, and the second largest telecoms company in France, behind Orange. It has a market capitalisation of €13.7 billion (US$16.29 billion), as of December 2017.

Can I access the archived version of the Altice Europe website?

… Please note that you are seeking to access materials relating to the archived version of the Altice Europe website. Altice Europe was delisted and subsequently ceased to exist. Existing and prospective Altice France and Altice International debt investors may refer to the separate Altice France and Altice International webpages.

Who is Altice Portugal owned by?

Altice Portugal. Since June 2, 2015, the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Altice Group, a multinational cable and telecommunications company with a presence in France, Israel, Belgium & Luxembourg, Portugal, French West Indies/Indian Ocean Area and Dominican Republic (“Overseas Territories”), Switzerland, and the United States.

What happened to Altice mobile?

Altice USA on Friday announced a rebranding of its mobile service to Optimum Mobile nationwide, as the MVNO renews a push for wireless. The cable operator launched Altice Mobile-branded wireless service in 2019, originally riding on the legacy Sprint network under an MVNO agreement but now on T-Mobile’s network since the operators merged.

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