América Móvil Selects Geodesic Subsidiary,
Interactive Networks (INI), as Its Exclusive
Windows Live Application Provider
INI Now Supplying Windows Live Services to a Top 4 Carrier in the World Reaching More than 200
April 27, 2010 09:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Interactive Networks, Inc., (INI), a software
provider of advanced instant messaging and value added services, today announced it has been selected by América
Móvil (AMX) as the wireless operator’s exclusive Windows Live provider for its 17 Latin American operations.
América Móvil is the fourth largest carrier in the world with approximately 200 million mobile subscribers. INI is a
wholly-owned subsidiary of Geodesic Limited.
Windows Live has a strong customer base in Latin America, with millions of customers using the services on their
PC. By delivering Windows live via INI’s flexible Windows Live Gateway, América Móvil subscribers now gain
access to one of the most popular Internet tools from a mobile device, enabling them to connect, chat, check emails
and share photos with the people they care about anywhere, anytime.
América Móvil and INI are conducting a gradual rollout to the carrier’s user-base, having already launched the
Windows Live mobile service to subscribers in Telcel Mexico. Ultimately, América Móvil will roll out services to
customers in 17 Latin American countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, Puerto Rico
“We are delighted to work with América Móvil, a clear market leader, to deliver Microsoft’s Windows Live
services to its vast mobile subscriber base,” said Arvind Venkateswaran, Geodesic’s senior vice president and
general manager. “This agreement underscores Geodesic’s and INI’s commitment to providing cutting-edge mobile
services that support the rapidly growing demand for mobile IM and mobi