Register here for Millicom's Q3 2017 Results Call scheduled for 25 October, 1pm BST, hosted by Millicom CEO Mauricio Ramos and CFO Tim Pennington
Fundación TIGO signs two significant agreements that, together, commit TIGO in Honduras to increasing the proportion of women as valued mobile customers. (L:R Rosa de Lourdes Haslam, Director for Ciudad Mujer, First Lady Ana García de Hernández, TIGO GM Santiago Benedit)
Millicom and non-profit organisation Reach4Change have impacted the lives of children across sectors such as education and health and enabled more than 60 local heroes to create sustainable solutions to challenges in their communities.
Our mission is to make it possible for everyone to have access to and be able to live The Digital Lifestyle. This series of four short videos helps to explain Who we are, Our World, Our Markets and Our Investments as we grow.
Blog: Narrowing the Mobile Gender Divide
Blog: TIGO El Salvador - Adopt a School
Blog: The real meaning of Responsible Leadership
Blog: Safer Internet Day 2017
Blog: FOC conference
Blog: Mobile Money in Africa
Blog: Our focus on Financial Inclusion
Blog: 2030 ICT Alliance of the Americas
Blog: Corporate Responsibility
More than eight million homes passed in LatAm
More than 17,000 employees made up of 82 nationalities
Member of the Global Network Initiative
More than 53 million mobile subscribers in our markets
Millicom is a growth story driven by entrepreneurs and innovation. As part of Investment AB Kinnevik (“Kinnevik”), a leading Swedish entrepreneurial investment group with investments across mobile telecommunications, e-commerce, entertainment and financial services, Millicom originated as one of the earliest pioneers in commercial mobile telephony 25 years ago.
"Millicom added some 900,000 4G users in Latin America, and 400,000 of those came from Colombia. Ramos said this is the company's highest addition of 4G users so far." (Q2 2017 - BNAmericas)