VEON Armenia upgrades fixed infrastructure with VDSL in Sari Tagh

8 May 2019

VEON Armenia, trading under the Beeline brand, has completed the modernisation of its fixed network in the Sari Tagh district of the capital Yerevan, part of an upgrade programme it kicked off in March this year, specifically deploying VDSL technology to bolster data speeds and also improving the quality of telephone communications in urban areas.

The telco, a wholly owned subsidiary of Amsterdam-based multinational group VEON, says that under its ‘unprecedented modernisation’ programme, most residents in the capital will soon have the opportunity to access its Beeline Internet service offering data speeds of up to 100Mbps via VDSL. People wishing to sign up can take advantage of a ‘COMBO 2’, ‘COMBO 3’ or ‘COMBO 4’ tariff plan, the cost of which starts from AMD5,990 (USD12.4) per month, including unlimited on-net mobile voice calls and 200 off-net mobile call minutes, 10GB of 4G (mobile) internet, 350 SMS, and high speed internet. Further, the COMBO 3 package bolts on fixed telephony and COMBO 4 adds 138 TV channels.

Armenia, Team Telecom Armenia (formerly Beeline)