Télécom Centerres, S.A.R.L., commonly simply known by its acronym TC, is both the largest and the oldest telecommunications company in Centlands, being founded as Postes, Téléphones et Télégraphes de Centerres in 1961. Originally founded as a state-owned enterprise, it was privatized on its majority between 1989 and 1998.
It currently operates seven brands: Télécom Centerres (fixed telephony and internet), Télécom Centerres Mobile (mobile telephony, launched in 1991), Télécom Centerres Câble (cable television, launched in 1994), Télécom Centerres Business (enterprises services), Tcap (youth-oriented MVNO), Netive (low-cost MVNO), Tweb (web portal) and Pages Jaunes (telephone directory).
It is headquartered in San Cants and it is majority-owned by the Centlandian Government (23,5%).
Postes, Téléphones et Télégraphes de Centerres
In its early years, the Centlandian telecommunications and post services were localized and non-profit, until the foundation of Postes, Téléphones et Télégraphes de Centerres (English: Post, Telephones and Telegraphs of Centlands, shortly PTTC) in 1961, although the telecommunications companies remained state-owned.
Téléphones et Télégraphes de Centerres
In 1975, PTTC was split into Postes Centerres and Téléphones et Télégraphes de Centerres.
The logo is nicknamed "Le Croix de Communication" (The Communication Cross).
In 1991, due to the decline of telegraphs, TTC dropped "Télégraphes" from its name and renamed itself Télécom Centerres (English: Telecom Centlands, also known by its acronym TC).
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