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Tele2 to operate in Moscow
25.04.2011 14:50
Tele2 to operate in Moscow

Swedish mobile operator Tele2 started to provide its services in Moscow region.
      According to Mobile Leak, the company has launched a new tariff that will offer discount for calls to Moscow from other regions. The source says, that incoming calls from Moscow to 37 regions will cost $ 0.05 per minute. Outgoing calls from Moscow will be charged at US$0.33 per minute due to roaming rates.
      Tele2 is the main competitor for the Big Three mobile operators (BeeLine, MTS and Megafon). The company entered the Russian market in 2003 and now provides its services to more than 18 million subscribers in 37 regions of the country.
Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia


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