Sibirtelecom targets CDMA2000

8 Nov 2006

The Russian telco Sibirtelecom says it plans to roll out a CDMA2000 cellular network in the constituent republic of Khakasia after recently receiving a licence which allows it to offer mobile services until September 2011, Prime Tass reports. The firm currently operates a GSM network in Khakasia via its subsidiary Yeniseitelecom and has around 2.9 million mobile customers across its whole operating region. Sibirtelecom, which is part of the state-backed Svyazinvest group, provides a range of fixed line, wireless and data services to customers in Siberia.

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