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About National Telecommunications

National Telecommunications Corporation provides converged telecommunications, and ICT services, for its development, and integration into the world, promoting the growth of its people, and creating value for society. It is based in Ecuador.

Headquarters Location

Ave. Rio Amazonas Pichincha



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Ephemeris of March 18: Telecommunications Worker’s Day

Mar 18, 2023

Every March 18 is celebrated in Argentina on Telephone Worker’s Day, also known as Telecommunications Worker’s Day, in commemoration of the date on which the provision of the service was nationalized in the national territory. Consult everything published about ephemeris in The voice. In 1948, the Government of Juan Domingo Perón created the state-owned Empresa Mixta Telefónica Argentina, predecessor of the National Telecommunications Company (ENTEL) privatized in 1990. This day is non-working day for all employees of the country’s Telecommunications companies. More ephemeris 1919 – ASOC. ARG. OF ACTORS. In an assembly at the Teatro Argentino, the Argentine Association of Actors was founded, whose first board of directors was formed by Alberto Drames, Alfredo Lliri, Juan Mangiante, Félix Blanco and Carlos Perelli, among others. 1937 – SOFOVICH IS BORN. Gerardo Andrés Sofovich, director, screenwriter, theater, film and television producer, was born in Buenos Aires. He was also a television host and on occasions he participated as an actor 1946 – JAVIER MARTINEZ IS BORN. The drummer, singer and composer Javier Martínez, founder and leader of Manal, one of the pioneering bands of Argentine rock, was born in the Buenos Aires town of Berazategui. He is the author of popular songs like “Jugo de tomate Frío”, “Casa con ten pinos”, and “Avellaneda Blues”, the latter co-authored with Claudio Gabis. 1948 – THE FACE. The film La Caraba is released, directed by Julio Saraceni and which marked the film debut of the great comedian Tato Bores. The film, in black and white, had Olinda Bozán, Francisco Álvarez, Armando Bo and Lidia Denis as protagonists. 1957 – HECTOR CAMPORA. The dentist and Peronist leader Héctor José Cámpora escapes from the prison in the Santa Cruz city of Río Gallegos along with five other political prisoners. They escaped to Chile, where they requested political asylum. Cámpora was elected President of the Nation in the 1973 elections, held after almost 18 years of proscription of Peronism and the exile of General and former President Juan Domingo Perón. 1968 – CIRO PERTUSI IS BORN. The musician and composer Ciro Pertusi (Horacio Demián Pertusi), who was the leader and vocalist of the rock band Attaque 77, was born in the Buenos Aires city of Bahía Blanca. Since 2010 he has led the punk rock band Jauría. 1971 – NACE NIKE. Argentine cartoonist Cristian Dzwonik, known as Nik, creator of the character Gaturro, was born in Buenos Aires. 1973 – EDUARDO MAGLIONI. In Independiente’s 4-0 win over Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata, Chaco striker Eduardo Magioni scores three goals for the “red” in less than two minutes, a record in the history of Argentine soccer. 1977 – WHITE RIOT. British punk rock band The Clash release their first single, White Riot, which talks about abuse of authority and injustice. The song was included on The Clash, the band’s debut album released in the UK in 1977 and in the US in 1979. 1979 – CARLOS SEPPAQUERCIA. With the Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata jersey, striker Carlos Seppaquercia scores the fastest goal in the history of Argentine soccer: it was five seconds into a match against Huracán that ended with a 1-1 draw. 1992 – NINÍ MARSHALL PASSED AWAY. At the age of 92, the actress, screenwriter and comedian Niní Marshall (Marina Esther Traveso), Illustrious Citizen of the city of Buenos Aires, who gained popularity in Argentina, Spain and Mexico with her characters “Catita” and “Candid”. A theater in the city of Tigre and a street in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Puerto Madero bear her name. 2000 – OSCAR AWARDS. In a shed on the outskirts of the US city of Los Angeles, boxes containing 55 Oscar award statuettes that were to be delivered a week later at the Hollywood Academy ceremony were stolen. The statuettes turned up in a garbage can three days after the robbery, in time to be delivered at the awards ceremony. 2012 – CHUCK BERRY PASSED AWAY. At the age of 90, the American musician and composer Chuck Berry (Charles Edward Anderson Berry), considered the father of rock and roll, dies in the city of Wentzville (Missouri, USA). He is the author of the song Johnny B. Goode, which was covered by many other artists.

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    National Telecommunications's headquarters is located at Ave. Rio Amazonas, Quito.

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