This article is about the Mexican cable television system operator that used to be known as Cablevisión. For other related terms, check Cablevision (disambiguation)
|Subsidiary of Televisa|
1966 (as Cablevisión)|
November 3, 2014 (as Izzi Telecom)
|Headquarters||Mexico City, Mexico.|
|Greater Mexico City (in 2015 planned expansion to Mexican cities where Cablemas used to operate)|
Izzi Telecom, S.A.B. de C.V. is a telecommunications operator owned by Televisa based in Mexico City. It was the first pay TV operator to offer Triple play (telecommunications) in Mexico City. It currently offers: Cable TV, Broadband Internet, Telephone, HDTV and TiVo (One official distributor in Mexico). Before November 3, 2014 it was known as "Cablevisión".
- In 2010, it began to offer HD channels. It started to offer service to private companies & business under the brand "Cablevision Business".
- In 2012, the package names are replaced by the brand Yoo. Internet service is offered by optical fiber.
- In 2013, it began to offer the service TV Everywhere under the brand VEO Cablevision, which allows subscribers to watch movies and series on their mobile devices.
- In 2014, it closed its operations as Cablevisión in October 31, 2014. By November 1st, 2014, unveils its new name IZZI (Izzi Telecom), offering telephony and internet and with the option to add Cable TV service, as driving with Cablevision, and later, mobile telephony, being Izzi an MVNO operating under the Movistar network with the alliance between Televisa and Movistar (Telefónica), after the first sold its participation in Iusacell. The main difference between the new company, and the old one are the new fees launched by Izzi, offering new options to compete mainly with Telmex (América Móvil).