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Entel (Chile)

Entel (Acronym for Empresa Nacional de TELecomunicaciones) is the largest Chilean telecommunications company. To foreigners, Entel is best known for the 127 meter high Torre Entel (Entel Tower) that rises high above central Santiago and constitutes one of the city's landmarks.

As of December 2013 Entel PCS had 38.8% of the Chilean mobile market. It was the first American operator to launch a GSM mobile network in 1997. In 2000, the Entel PCS network offered support for GPRS and in 2003 it added EDGE support.


The Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (National Telecommunications Enterprise, or ENTel) was an Argentine state owned company which had the monopoly on public telecommunications in the country until its privatization in 1990.

Entel (Bolivia)

Entel is a major Bolivian telecommunications company, headquartered in La Paz, Bolivia. It was nationalized in 2008.