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by Arthur Yernjakyan
"Rostelecom" company has increased the Internet speed twofold at daytime and offers an unlimited Internet at night for the summer season, press-service of the company reported.
The proposal will function starting 12 June to 1 September for the subscribers that joined Rostelecom through the GPON technology. The double speed Internet at daytime will function from 9:01 AM till 11:59 PM, and the unlimited - at night from 00:00 PM till 9:00 AM. The Internet speed will reach 100 mg/s.
The special proposal is for the individual persons which use the Internet tariff plans "Unlim", "Unlim Partner", "Unlim long-lasting", "Trio constructor", "Trio Constructor Long-lasting", "Duo Opti", and "Duo Maxi", as well as for the legal persons which use the tariff plan "Unlim Office".
"GNC-ALFA" CJSC was founded in 2007. The company became a member of Rostelecom group of companies in February 2012 and from 18 of December 2012 it provides telecommunication service in RA under "Rostelecom" brand as a subsidiary company. Being one of the leading telecommunications companies Rostelecom Armenia already provides internet access, fixed telephony services and TV services available to both physical bodies and corporate clients.
In 2012 the company invested in network development successfully implementing "Fiber to the home" technology in 17 cities and from December retail sales are being made in 16 cities of RA. The company plans to expand its activities in retail sales for 2013-2014 through all cities of RA, including capital of Yerevan.
The network of Rostelecom Armenia is solely based on fiber-optic cable (FOC) infrastructure covering 80% of the territory of RA and spreading for over 2500km. It is connected to region’s main terrestrial networks and largest traffic exchange nodes as well as international channels of Iran and Georgia.