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Beeline provides roaming services to its subscribers in Russia and other CIS countries, Italy and Georgia for 29.99 AMD

  • by Erik Abrahamyan

  • Thursday, July 3, 20:58

Beeline announces the launch of an "In Touch" service, which has unprecedentedly low roaming prices. In Georgia, Russia and other countries of the CIS, as well as in the Wind network in Italy and Kyivstar network in Ukraine the customers of Beeline will be able to receive the incoming calls for 29.99 AMD per minute and calling to Beeline numbers in Armenia. The press service of the company has told ArmInfo that 1 Mb of mobile internet and outgoing SMS also cost 29.99 AMD. The incoming SMS messages are free. 

Moreover, Beeline's prepaid and postpaid customers will be able to make free calls to the customer service department in Armenia by dialing +374 8000 0612. 
On the occasion of the launch of the "In Touch" service, Beeline held a Roaming Day on July 3. Beeline's Director General and the managers of various divisions of the company were informing the subscribers of the new service at the sales and service offices and were also enabling the new service for those who are planning to go on a trip in the near future. 

"The summer vacation season for the Beeline subscribers will no longer be associated with high roaming prices. This summer our customers will pay for the Beeline services in 8 countries almost the same price as in their native countries. The thoughtful operators of our call center will be glad to answer the customers' questions and will also support them abroad. Certainly, our new roaming offers and the presence of the whole Beeline management at the offices demonstrate our exclusively thoughtful approach to our subscribers. We are glad to say that we can be even closer to the customers and make the Beeline subscribers' summer vacation more pleasant", said Andrey Pyatakhin, Director General of Beeline Armenia. 

To enable the "In Touch" service, the customers are to dial *655# on their mobile telephones. The fee for the service fulfillment is 290 AMD. Before enabling the service, the customers should launch the roaming free of charge by dialing #351*0000#. The "In Touch" service is available for the prepaid mobile customers of Beeline. The service will be in force through 30 September 2014. Further information is available on 

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