Our Country Sites: Argentina|Brazil|Chile|Mexico|Peru

Awards & Recognitions

December‘12

  • NII Holdings was included in The Washington Post’s 2012 “Post 200,” a listing of the top 200 public companies in Washington D.C. NII ranked #9 on the Public Companies list.
  • Nextel Mexico was recognized as One of the Top Companies with Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practices, annual survey by Mundo Ejecutivomagazine.
  • Nextel Peru was recognized by the Great Place to Work® Institute.

November‘12

  • NII Holdings ranked 10th in Latin 500’s list of "Top 50 Technology Companies" published by Latin Business Chronicle, up 5 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Brazil ranked 21st place in Latin 500’s list of "Top 50 Technology Companies" published by Latin Business Chronicle, up 4 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 27th place in Latin 500’s list of "Top 50 Technology Companies" published by Latin Business Chronicle, up 2 positions from its ranking in 2011.

October‘12

  • Nextel Chile ranked 6th in the "Best Places to Work For in Chile" list by Great Place to Work® Institute.
  • Nextel Brazil ranked 3rd place on Valor Econômico’s “Best Companies in People Management (4,001 to 10,000 employees)” list.
  • Nextel Brazil President Sergio Chaia was awarded the “Outstanding Entrepreneur in HR” award by A Fênix Editora.

September‘12

  • Nextel Brazil was recognized as one of "The Best Companies to Work For" by Guia Você S/A Exame.
  • Nextel Brazil President Sergio Chaia was voted as one of the “Top Local Executives” list by Guia Você S/A Exame.
  • Nextel Brazil was recognized as one of the “Companies with Best Media Relations” in 2012 by Negocios da Comunicacao.

August‘12

  • Nextel Brazil ranked 162nd in the "500 Largest Companies in Latin America" list by America Economia.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 284th in the “500 Largest Companies in Latin America” list by America Economia.
  • Ana Susana Candini, vice president of business operations and planning for Nextel Mexico, was ranked 34th in the 2012 “50 Most Powerful Women in Mexico” list by CNN Expansion.

July‘12

  • NII Holdings ranked 13th in the "Latin Multinational Companies Index" by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Chile was included in research firm Adimark GfK and La Segunda newspaper’s “Most Respected Companies of 2012" study in the New and Successfully Emerging Companies category.
  • Peter Foyo, president of Nextel Mexico ranked 5th in the international category of the "300 Most Influential Leaders in Mexico" by Lideres Mexicanos magazine.

June‘12

  • NII Holdings ranked 81st among “Latin America's 500 Largest Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle, up 11 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • NII Holdings ranked 10th among “Latin America's Top 50 Technology Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle, up 5 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • NII Holdings ranked 20th among “Latin America's Top 40 Foreign Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Brazil ranked 157th among “Latin America's 500 Largest Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle, up 39 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Brazil ranked 21st among “Latin America's Top 50 Technology Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle, up 4 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 227th among “Latin America's 500 Largest Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle, up 5 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 27th among “Latin America's Top 50 Technology Companies” by Latin Business Chronicle, up 2 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 74th among “500 Most Important Businesses in Mexico” by CNN Expansion.

May‘12

  • NII Holdings was featured in the Fortune 500 list for a third consecutive year. The company was ranked #369, up 37 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • NII Holdings ranked 339th in the annual “Barron’s 500” list.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 12th in the Top 30 "Super Businesses of 2012 with over 3,000 employees" list by CNN Expansion.

March ‘12

  • NII Holdings ranked 15th in the "Top 25 Multinationals Best Places to Work in Latin America" list by the Great Place to Work® Institute.
  • Nextel Argentina ranked 49th in the "Top 100 Companies with Best Image" list by Apertura magazine, up 33 positions from its ranking in 2011.
  • Nextel Argentina ranked 50th in the “Top 100 Companies with Best Image of the Decade” list by Apertura magazine.
  • Nextel Mexico was recognized for the eighth consecutive year as a "Socially Responsible Company" by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy (Cemefi) and AliaRSE (Alliance for Enterprise Social Responsibility) for their commitment to quality of life in the workplace, strong business ethics, sustainable use of resources and environmental and community outreach.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 12th in the "Top 19 Companies with Over 5,000 Employees" list by the Great Place to Work® Institute.
  • Nextel Mexico was awarded with the "Hall of Fame Award" by the Great Place to Work® Institute for ranking in the "Best Places to Work" list for five consecutive years.
  • Nextel Mexico was awarded twice with the "Modelo de Equidad de Género MEG: 2003" certificate by the Inmujeres (Instituto Nacional de las Mujeres) for the company's commitment to gender equality and inclusion in the workplace.
  • Alberto Escobar, vice president of marketing at Nextel Mexico was included in the "Top 50 Marketing Leaders in Mexico" list by Merca 2.0 magazine.

December ‘11

  • NII Holdings was included in The Washington Post’s 2011 “Post 200,” a listing of the top 200 public companies in Washington D.C.
  • NII Holdings ranked 12th in the “Latin Multinational Companies Index” by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • NII Holdings was included in the “Latin Wireless Index” by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 47th in "Mexico's Top 50 Companies with High Social Responsibility" by Mundo Ejecutivo magazine.
  • Nextel Mexico was included in "Companies with Outstanding Corporate Ethics" by Mundo Ejecutivo magazine.
  • Nextel Mexico was included in "Companies with Excellent Working Environment" by Mundo Ejecutivo magazine.

November ‘11

  • Nextel Peru was recognized by the Great Place to Work® Institute’s "Best Company to Work for that Employ Over 1,000 Workers."
  • Nextel Argentina was recognized by the Great Place to Work® Institute as one of the ten "Best Companies to Work" in the country.
  • Nextel Brazil CEO Sergio Chaia was recognized by Voce RH magazine as "Você H R – Professional of the Year" in the "CEO HR Partner” category and Americo Figueiredo was recognized in the "Telecommunications” category.
  • Nextel Chile was recognized by Estrategia magazine as “Most Innovative Company of the Year.”
  • Nextel Chile was recognized by the Great Place to Work® Institute’s “Top 35 Companies in Chile to Work for.”
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 92nd among "Mexico's 1000 Most Important Companies" by Mundo Ejecutivo magazine.

October ‘11

  • NII Holdings ranked 328th in Washington Business Journal's "Greenest Companies" list.
  • Nextel Argentina received the "Lapiz de Oro Interactivo" award for "DO RE PRIP! A history of excellence and sound" advertising campaign.

September ‘11

  • Nextel Argentina was included in El Cronista's "Who's Who" directory.
  • Nextel Brazil, for the sixth consecutive year, was chosen by Voce S/A magazine as one of the "Best Companies to Work For."

August ‘11

  • Ana Susana Candini Sanchez of Nextel Mexico was recognized by Expansion Magazine as one of Mexico’s “50 Most Powerful Women”
  • Nextel Peru ranked first among operators with the greatest penetration in the small, medium and large enterprise sectors in the Telecommunications-Related Behavioral Study of Microenterprises, SMEs and Large Enterprises in Peru conducted by INMARK.

July ‘11

  • Nextel Brazil was named the “Most Innovative Company of the Year in Mexico, Central and South America” by the 2011 International Business Awards.
  • Nextel Argentina ranked 100th in the "100 Companies with the Most Sales in the Country" by Mercado magazine.
  • Nextel Argentina ranked among Apertura magazine's top 50 brands in Argentina.
  • NII Holdings ranked 93rd among “Latin America’s Top 100 Employers” by Latin Business Chronicle.

June ‘11

  • NII Holdings ranked 92nd among “Latin America's 500 Largest Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • NII Holdings ranked 15th among “Latin America's Top 50 Technology Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • NII Holdings ranked 19th among “Latin America's Top 40 Foreign Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Brazil ranked 196th among “Latin America's 500 Largest Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Brazil ranked 26th among “Latin America's Top 50 Technology Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 232nd among “Latin America's 500 Largest Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 29th among “Latin America's Top 50 Technology Companies”by Latin Business Chronicle.

May ‘11

  • NII Holdings was featured in the Fortune 500 list for a second consecutive year. The company was ranked #406, up 62 positions from its ranking in 2010. The prestigious magazine publishes an annual list of the 500 largest U.S. companies by total revenue for their respective fiscal years, and is regarded as a premier listing of company performance.
  • NII Holdings ranked 197th in the annual Barron’s 500” list, up 53 positions from its ranking in 2010. The “Barron’s 500” is a ranking of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in the U.S. and Canada, as measured by sales in the latest fiscal year.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 11th in Expansion’s “Super Companies with More than 3,001 Employees 2011” list.
  • Nextel Brazil President Sergio Chaia was elected by Valor Economico newspaper as the “Most Valuable Executive” in the Telecommunications industry for the second consecutive year.
  • Nextel Brazil was recognized by CENAM – National Center for Business Modernization with the “Great Marketing Ideas” award in the Mobile Carrier category.
  • Nextel Argentina's Repair Quality team obtained a certificate of recognition for Team Excellence Award at the American Society of Quality World conference in Pittsburgh, USA.
  • Nextel Brazil was included in the "10 Best Companies to Start Your Carrier" list by Voce S/A magazine.

April ‘11

  • NII Holdings was ranked in Forbes’ “Global 2000” list.
  • Nextel Mexico ranked 10th in the Great Place to Work® Institute “The Best Companies to Work for in Mexico with More than 5,000 Employees 2011” list, as published by Gestion magazine.

March ‘11

  • NII Holdings posted the highest increase for 2010 among top Latin American wireless operators, growing by 27.4 percent to US$4.4 billion, according to Latin Business Chronicle.
  • NII Holdings posted the third-best growth rate among top Latin American wireless operators in the fourth quarter of 2010, increasing by 23.1 percent to US$1.5 billion, according to Latin Business Chronicle.
  • Nextel Argentina ranked 82nd in Apertura magazine’s “Top 100 Companies in Argentina.”

Feb. ‘11

  • Nextel Argentina was included in Information Technology magazine’s “Who’s Who” IT directory.

Jan. ‘11

  • NII Holdings ranked fourth in Forbes’ “Best Companies for Job Offers.”

2010

2009

2008

Recent news

Learn more about our markets