|Type||Subsidiary of Vivendi|
|Key people||Amos Genish, (CEO)|
|Revenue||US$ 2.0 billion (2012)|
|Net income||US$ 878.4 million (2012)|
- For the former manufacturer of fax-modems, see Global Village (telecommunications).
Global Village Telecom (GVT) is a Brazilian telecomunications company that offers advanced services on fixed phone, broadband for both consumer and business and voice over IP. GVT has been on the market since 2000, offering services with a promise of quality and value to the consumer.
Present in 17 states and Distrito Federal. Following a plan of constant expansion since February 2007 when it opened capital on the São Paulo stock exchange, showing the biggest increase in the telecommunications sector in income, margin and subscriptions. Entered Belo Horizonte market in 2007, and now entering in Contagem and Betim (MG), Salvador (BA) in 2008 and Vitória, Vila Velha, Serra (ES), Recife (PE) in 2009. With a total of 127 cities served. Are parts of the GVT group the ISP POP and the Voice over IP exclusive provider, Vono.
Products and services 
Básico, Na Medida, Ilimitado Local and Ilimitado Total: Plans for voice where a monthly fee applies. There are also alternatives ranging from each call in the area where the service is being offered being charged (Básico) to monthly-fixed minutes and a few additional services (others).
Vono is a VOIP company, that allows the consumer to have a local phone number in more than 200 cities and can be used with a special phone or through software. The advantage of the service is that calls between "Vono" cities are charged as local calls.
Turbonet POWER & Mega MAXX: broadband service offering the following speeds: 5 Mbps down (750 Kbps up), 10 or 15 Mbps down (both 1 Mbps up), 25 Mbps down (2 Mbps up), 35 Mbps down (3 Mbps up), 50 Mbps down (5 Mbps up) and 150 Mbps down (15 Mbps up), using mixed network technologies (ADSL, ADSL 2+, VDSL2 and FTTH) in almost all cities covered, except for Santa Cruz do Sul, Erechim and Montenegro (Rio Grande do Sul); Paranaguá and Piraquara (Paraná); Cuiabá and Várzea Grande (Mato Grosso); Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul); Porto Velho (Rondônia); Palmas and Taguatinga (Tocantins) and Rio Branco (Acre), which only have the following speeds available: 1 Mbps down (500 Kbps up), 3 Mbps down (750 Kbps up), 5 or 10 or 20 Mbps down (all of them 1 Mbps up).
In 2010, the president of GVT, Amos Genish, officially announced the company was going to launch their own TV services in Q3 2011.
Currently, GVT is available in 17 states, like Acre, Bahia, Ceará, Espírito Santo, Goiás, Minas Gerais, Mato Grosso do Sul, Mato Grosso, Pernambuco, Paraíba, Paraná, Rondônia, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, Tocantins, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, plus Distrito Federal.
List of cities 
- São Paulo, Guarulhos, Campinas, São Bernardo, Santo André, Osasco, Sorocaba, Santos, Mauá, Piracicaba, Jundiaí and Votorantim
- Porto Alegre, Caxias do Sul, Pelotas, Canoas, Santa Maria, Gravataí, Viamão, Novo Hamburgo, São Leopoldo, Rio Grande, Alvorada, Passo Fundo, Sapucaia do Sul, Cachoeirinha, Santa Cruz do Sul, Bento Gonçalves, Erechim, Guaíba, Esteio, Sapiranga, Campo Bom, Montenegro, Farroupilha e Estância Velha
- Curitiba, Londrina, Maringá, Foz do Iguaçu, Ponta Grossa, Cascavel, São José dos Pinhais, Colombo, Guarapuava, Paranaguá, Apucarana, Pinhais, Araucária, Toledo, Campo Largo, Arapongas, Almirante Tamandaré, Umuarama, Cambé, Piraquara, Campo Mourão, Sarandi, Fazenda Rio Grande, Paranavaí, Francisco Beltrão, Pato Branco, Cianorte, Rolândia, Paiçandu and Marialva
- Joinville, Florianópolis, Blumenau, São José, Criciúma, Itajaí, Jaraguá do Sul, Palhoça, Balneário Camboriú, Brusque, Tubarão, Içara e Biguaçu
- Goiânia, Aparecida de Goiânia, Anápolis, Luziânia, Valparaíso, Trindade, Senador Canedo and Cidade Ocidental
GVT TV 
Know more about GVT TV.
See also 
- "Vivendi: success of the tender offer on GVT" (Vivendi Press Release 20100427)
- GVT.com.br. "Power GVT is chosen for the second consecutive year the best broadband in Brazil". GVT Press Release. [In Portuguese]. Retrieved 1 April 2011.
- GVT.com.br. Press Release "Average GVT's speed is faster than Japan.". [In Portuguese]. Retrieved 1 November 2012.
- (Portuguese) - official website
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