Telecom Argentina S.A. ( TEO)

Q2 2011 Earnings Call

August 2, 2011 11:00 am ET


Pedro Insussarry - Head, Finance

Franco Bertone - CEO

Adrián Calaza - CFO

Solange Barthe Dennin - Manager, IR


Ricardo Cavanagh - Itaú BBA

Miguel Garcia - Deutsche Bank

Michel Morin - Morgan Stanley

Alex Garcia - Citi



Good day, everyone, and welcome to the Telecom Argentina, TEO, second quarter 2011 earnings conference call. Participating on our call today, we have Mr. Franco Bertone, Chief Executive Officer of Telecom Argentina; Mr. Adrián Calaza, Chief Financial Officer; Mr. Pedro Insussarry, Head of Finance; and Mrs. Solange Barthe Dennin, Manager of Investor Relations.

At this time, I'll turn the call over to Mr. Pedro Insussarry.

Pedro Insussarry

Good morning to everybody. On behalf of Telecom Argentina I would like to thank you for participating in this conference call. As mentioned by John our moderator, the purpose of this call is to share with you the consolidated results of Telecom Argentina and correspond to the first half of the current fiscal year 2011 ended on June 30, 2011.

We would like to remind you that for all those that have not received our press release or presentation you can call our Investor Relations office or download them from the Investor Relation section of our website at Additionally, this conference call is being broadcasted through the website feature available in sub section and can also be replayed through this same feature.

Before we continue with the conference call, I would like to go over some Safe Harbor information and other details of the call. We would like to clarify that during the conference call and Q&A session we may produce certain forward-looking statements about Telecom's future performance, plans, strategies and targets.

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