On August 27th, OPPO and América Móvil, the largest telecommunications operator in Latin America, recently announced that the two parties have signed a strategic cooperation agreement and formally established a partnership. OPPO smart phone products will enter Mexico and other Latin American markets through Telcel and Claro, a subsidiary of American Telecom. Through this cooperation, OPPO will further explore the potential of the Latin American market and become another major milestone in OPPO’s overseas market expansion.
In this cooperation, Wu Qiang, Vice President of OPPO and President of Global Sales, said: “OPPO is very pleased to launch a strategic cooperation with American Telecom, which will help local consumers enjoy a better communication experience. This cooperation with American Telecom also allows OPPO has successfully entered the mainstream Latin American market with great potential, which plays a vital role in our global market layout.” Marcos Linares, deputy marketing director of Telcel, a subsidiary of American Telecom, said: “America is a leading multinational operator in the industry. We believe that the cooperation between American Telecom and OPPO will bring more innovative products and services to the Latin American market, allowing our consumers to enjoy a more extreme future 5G experience.”
It is reported that so far, OPPO has reached cooperation with more than 80 mainstream operator partners around the world. Since 2020, OPPO has established cooperation with a series of world-leading operators, and has made key business progress in mature markets such as Europe and Japan. At the same time, OPPO will continue to cooperate with more mainstream operators in the future to serve more consumers.
Up to now, OPPO has operations in more than 40 countries and regions around the world, with 6 research institutes and 4 R&D centers, and a global design center in London.