Mobile content company Mobile Streams opens subsidiaries in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico

July 13, 2004

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NEWBURY, U.K. -- Mobile Streams, the global mobile content company, announced today that it has established operations in the Latin American region with the opening of four subsidiary companies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

The subsidiaries, which are jointly owned by Mobile Streams Limited and Mobile Streams, Inc., are:

  • ARGENTINA - Mobile Streams Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada, Argentina

  • BRAZIL - Mobile Streams do Brasil Mídia Digital para Celulares Ltda

  • CHILE - Mobile Streams Chile Limitada

  • MEXICO - Mobile Streams of Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.



Simon Buckingham, CEO of Mobile Streams said: “Opening the subsidiary companies in Latin America is a further demonstration of our commitment to be the global content company with a local presence. Mobile Streams is expanding at a phenomenal rate, and we are keen to ensure that our customers enjoy superior service and relevant content.”

“Establishing local subsidiaries in Latin America has enabled Mobile Streams to enter into contracts with network operators and music publishing agencies, hire local staff and invest heavily in this exciting region” said, Warren Platt, VP of Global Business Development at Mobile Streams. He adds “Mobile Streams expects to execute multiple contracts in Latin America in the very near future and position ourselves as the premier provider of mainstream and innovative mobile content.”

Mobile Streams Ltd.

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