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Beeline cuts down tariffs for fixed-line telephony services

  • by Erik Abrahamyan

  • Friday, August 29, 16:57

 Beeline telecommunication operator of Armenia has announced price-cutting for the fixed-line communication subscribers starting 1 September 2014. The new tariffs will automatically apply to all the subscribers of Beeline fixed-line network in Armenia. According to the company's press-service, all the outgoing calls to the Beeline fixed-line network will cost 5 AMD per minute (inclusive of VAT) after the expiry of the package of free minutes. 

All the outgoing calls to the fixed-line networks of the other operators in Armenia, as well as the calls to the fixed numbers in the regions of Armenia inside the Beeline network and the calls to the fixed numbers in NKR will cost 5 drams per minute (inclusive of VAT). 

"Our goal is to closely cooperate with our customers. We do our best for that. Our new tariffs for the fixed- line telephony services have become very affordable and simple. From now on, local calls and the calls to the fixed numbers in Armenia and NKR will be charged on the basis of a single tariff - 5 drams per minute," says Beeline General Manager in Armenia Andrey Pyatakhin.

For additional information, please visit the company website: www.beeline.am.  ArmenTel CJSC (Beeline brand) is the subsidiary of VimpelCom Group. The VimpelCom Group consists of telecommunications operators providing voice and data services through a range of wireless, fixed and broadband technologies. The Group includes companies operating in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Georgia and Armeniaas well as Vietnam and Cambodia, in territories with a total population of about 843 million. The Group companies provide services under the brands "Beeline," "Kyevstar", "djuice", "Wind", "Infostrada", "Mobilink", "Leo", "Banglalink", "Telecel," and "Djezzy".  .VimpelCom was the first Russian company to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE"). VimpelCom's ADSs are listed on the NYSE under the symbol "VIP".

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