América Móvil (, ) is the fifth largest mobile network operator and the largest corporation in Latin America, and a Fortune 500 company. It is a Mexican publicly traded wireless communications company and provides services to over 152 million wireless subscribers in the Americas, primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean as of March 2007. The company has been a venture of Carlos Slim Helú, who was the richest person in the world on 2007 according to Mexican financial wealth with an estimated fortune of US$67.8 billion. It was ranked the number 1 Information Technology company in 2005 by the Business Week magazine
The company's world headquarters are located in Mexico City, Mexico. Its Mexican subsidiary Telcel is the largest mobile operator in Mexico, commanding a market share in excess of 80 per cent. In the United States, it operates under the trademark TracFone, and claims to be the leading national pre-paid wireless service. Trademarks elsewhere include Claro in Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay and Puerto Rico; Comcel Colombia in Colombia; and Porta in Ecuador
América Móvil acquired 100 percent of Jamaican mobile operator Oceanic Digital, under the brand name MiPhone in August 2007. , On November 15 2005, the company signed an international pact with Vodafone to jointly deliver various international services.