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Bakcell boosts rural network coverage

22 Dec 2011

Bakcell, Azerbaijan’s second largest mobile operator by subscribers, has announced the expansion of its wireless network to remote parts of the country. The company has installed new base stations in the villages of Qarakhanli, Imamqulubeyli, Alibeyli and Boyat in the Agjabedi region to boost coverage in the remote area. ‘We continually review the quality and availability of our network on a nationwide basis,’ commented Bakcell’s CEO Richard Shearer, adding: ‘Bakcell has rolled out over 500 new base station sites in the last two years to radically improve coverage. We continually add capacity to existing sites and have improved quality throughout our network infrastructure.’

Azerbaijan, Bakcell

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