‘Friends’ – Another Beeline tariff offer

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The FINANCIAL — Beeline, a trademark of LTD Mobitel, which is a subsidiary of the international cellular communications company VimpelCom last week introduced new tariff plan ‘Friends.’
From September 14, subscribers will be able to use the new tariff plan ‘Friends,’ which consists of calls to other Georgian mobile operators costing only 15 tetri (8 cents).

 

“By introducing the new tariff plan ‘Friends’ to the Georgian cellular communications market, Beeline is increasing its number of customer-oriented products,” claims a company representative.
 
The new tariff plan of Beeline’s has been specially created for those customers who frequently call the numbers of other mobile operators of Georgia,” says Beeline. The tariff will be available from September 14. Its main advantage is that the prices of any calls made to other mobile operators of Georgia are identical and what’s more, of low cost.
 
“Friends is designed to bring people, both business partners and friends closer, as they no longer need to be concerned about the cost of their call while speaking with one another. We do hope that Friends will become popular and much in demand among our subscribers,” – said Ariom Vasiliev, Mobitel commercial director.

 

Friends is the fourth tariff plan of Beeline’s on the Georgian cellular communications market. Apart from Friends, Beeline is also operating: ‘Say hello’ – 27 Tetri calls to other CIS countries; and ‘Time to talk’ – 21 tetri calls to all other Georgian operators. However the tariff plan ‘Simple’ will not be realized by September 15 any more, although those who have already become consumers of this plan will still be paying 2 tetri for their calls within the Beeline network.

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Beeline subscribers are free to choose any tariff plan they wish and can also replace one plan with another at any time.

 

The VimpelCom Group includes cellular communications operators, rendering their services in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Georgia as well as newly acquired operators in Georgia and Armenia.

 

VilmpelCom’s license on GSM and 3G services extends over territory with a total of 240 million inhabitants. This includes the 78 regions of Russia (136,5 million people, i.e. almost 94% of the Russian population) as well as the whole territories of Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Georgia and Armenia combined. VimpelCom became the first Russian company to be included in New-York stock exchange listing (NYSE). The company’s shares are quoted on NYSE under the symbol ‘VIP.’

 

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