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ArmenTel CJSC will no longer charge a fee for the change of a SIM card.
>From now on ArmenTel's customers will be able to change or restore their SIM cards in the company's outlets.
The press service of ArmenTel quotes the company's CEO Andrey Pyatakhin as saying that his company is consistent in its efforts to make its services affordable for its customers. "The new offer will be good for all of our customers, including those who will buy smart phones and tablet PCs and will need to replace their ordinary SIM cards with micro or nano cards," Pyatakhin said.
ArmenTel is part of VimpelCom, a Russian group providing phone and internet services to almost 782mln people in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Burundi, Zimbabwe, Central Africa, Italy and Canada.