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O2 Secure Wireless profits on the revival of the break up of Mexico's Leading Telecommunications Firm

As billionaire Carlos Slim rejuvenates his stalled plans to break up part of América Móvil in Mexico, OTOW prepares to close its acquisition & eyes yet another.

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA , USA , February 12, 2015 /EINPresswire.com/ -- O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. (OTC PINK: OTOW), a developer of domestic and international hi-speed wireless Internet facilities, Mobile Internet solutions and the OTOW Network, announced today it begins negotiations with yet another Mexican telecommunications company as it prepares for the upcoming closing of the acquisition of Technologies Argus First de Mexico.
O2 Secure Wireless sets its sight on yet another company, increasing their market share in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) as billionaire Carlos Slim rejuvenates his plans to break up part of América Móvil (http://www.americamovil.com/amx/en/) in Mexico.

“The break up of Mexico’s leading telecommunications firm, América Móvil, could not have come at a better time for our company. We are excited that billionaire Carlos Slim is reviving the stalled plans of such a vast break up. With so many new opportunities opening up in LAC, we are poised to surpass our revenue forecast,” said Val Kazia, CEO of 02 Secure Wireless Inc. After more than two decades since the acquisition in Mexico's state phone monopoly, Carlos Slim announced the break up of part of his company in July of 2014 as Mexico's Congress put the finishing touches on new telecommunications laws to guide the implementation of last year's constitutional overhaul to increase competition in the telecoms market. Shortly thereafter, the break up was stalled.

América Móvil controls around 70% of Mexico’s telecom market, which is grossly affected by these new laws. The overhaul is one of the principal changes undertaken by the government of President Enrique Peña Nieto. Specific regulations faced by América Móvil under Mexico's new laws include forced network sharing and the elimination of long-distance phone charges and fees for completing calls on its network. Carlos Slim’s company is adjusting its breakup plan to make the assets more attractive to potential suitors, including AT&T Inc. and Spain’s Telefonica SA.
America Movil now plans to offer specific segments of customers to buyers, instead of splitting the assets into geographic regions

Val Kazia continues to say, “with these new laws causing such a change in the business plan of America Movil and Deutsche Telekom AG, Huawei Technologies Co., China Mobile Ltd. and AT&T Inc. expressing interest in entering the Mexican telecoms market, we feel we can grow the company for our shareholders at a much quicker rate then previously anticipated with yet another acquisition. The acquisition of Technologies Argus First de Mexico and the launch of the OTOW Network in LAC brings tens of millions of dollars of revenue to O2 Secure Wireless alone.”

About O2 Secure Wireless (http://o2securewireless.com)
O2 Secure Wireless is a Company that is currently developing numerous wireless tower facilities in the U.S. The Company is also instrumental in the development of wireless broadband communication services domestically and in Latin America and the Caribbean. Under a merger with Earthcom Service Inc., the Company is currently being structured to provide affordable flat rate pre-paid wireless services in developing countries internationally and expanding into Latin America and the Caribbean with the acquisition of Technologies Argus First de Mexico.

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