22 October in Moscow will start a mobile phone network operator desconocer Tele 2. How do I find the journalist Sergey Potresov, the company will offer consumers fairly affordable rate: 1.5 GB of Internet traffic and unlimited voice calls within the network for 90 rubles a month.
“The rumors about the rate Tele2 in Moscow: 1.5 GB traffic and lol at the voice inside Tele2-Russia 90 rubles a month,” he wrote in a prison.
To attract subscribers, Tele2 plans to hand out certificates to connect to the network on favorable terms, implying a monthly charge to the subscriber of a certain amount to pay for services. Obviously, for successful poaching of clients of the “big three” companies have also set in Moscow and Moscow region the most attractive tariffs, seriously different from the proposals of operators “the big three”.
Official information about how much will cost services Tele2 in the capital, yet. For example, in St. Petersburg subscribers for 90 rubles a month to receive free on-net calls and 1.5 GB of Internet traffic. For 290 roubles offers 400 minutes of local calls, 100 minutes “long distance”, 1000 SMS and 4 GB of traffic.
It should be noted that to provide communication services in GSM (2G) operator is not planning, that is, to connect to Tele2 in Moscow need a phone or tablet with 3G or LTE. According to statistics, in Moscow, smartphones are about 63% of cellular subscribers in Russia – 49%.
The quality of coverage and communication network of the new operator will depend on the number of base stations installed in Moscow and the region. For example, the “Megaphone” of such stations around 22 000. Tele2 already installed and plan to install “honeycomb” does not open. However, as told RBC informed sources, the launch of the network in operation in the Moscow region there will be about 3-3,5 thousand.
Most likely in late October, Tele2 will start preparing for the largest cellular market in Russia. Information on the availability of alternatives to the “big three” consumers are going to convey through massive advertising campaigns on TV, radio, the Internet and the streets of Moscow.