Peru's main telecommunications companies are:
- Claro: Claro Perú is a subsidiary of América Móvil, a major telecommunications group in Latin America, providing services also in U.S., Austria, and Eastern Europe. Claro Perú provides mobile services to 618,786 subscribers and fixed telecommunications services to 71,936 users. Globally, Claro operates in 17 countries and has more than 290 million mobile phone customers.
- Entel: Entel Perú is a subsidiary to Entel Chile. From October 2014 to December 2015, Entel Perú has earned 10% of the Peruvian market with 4 million customers and has positioned itself as the leading portability operator, according to official Osiptel figures.
- Movistar (Telefónica): Telefónica is the major telecommunication company in Peru, operating under the Movistar brand. Telefónica operates in more than 10 countries in Europe and Latin America. In Peru, Telefónica has reached 1.9 million fixed broadband subscribers while its Pay TV services have reached 1.5 million. In the mobile segment, Telefónica has 8.7 million users in pre-payment and 4.9 million in post-payment (4.8% more than in 2017).
- Bitel: Bitel is the commercial name of Viettel Perú S.A.C, a brand of telecommunications services owned by the Vietnamese company Viettel. Bitel began its commercial operations in Peru on July 10, 2014.