Yota starts to provide mobile services in the five new regions: Volgograd and Kaliningrad regions, and the Republics of Altai, Dagestan and Chechnya. This is stated in the press release of the cellular operator.
Get the SIM card of the mobile operator in the points of sale own retail Yota, shops, Federal and regional partners, for example, in the “Connected” and “Euroset”. Or order delivery using the Yota application for iOS and Android. You need to install it on your smartphone or tablet to read the terms of service and choose on the order page of the SIM card.
“The target audience of the mobile operator Yota – users who are accustomed to constantly be online and often access the Internet from their smartphones than calling or texting. We are confident that our services will be in demand in five new regions because they’ve created a product that meets all the demands of the most advanced customers,” said chief operating officer Yota Vladimir Dobrynin.
Yota offers its customers two types of SIM cards for smartphones and tablets.
Minimum package price for Yota smartphone, which includes unlimited Internet, in Russia – without roaming calls within the network Yota for i0, unit outgoing SMS and 100 minutes, will be i240 per month for customers Volgograd, Kaliningrad regions and the Republic of Altai. For customers Republics of Dagestan and Chechnya, the cost of a similar package will be i290 per month.
For tablet product is subject to similar conditions, the Internet is always unlimited, without restriction by the volume of traffic. The customer selects only the necessary speed, what is the price of services. The Yota services on the tablet is available at the same price in Russia without additional options. The SIM cards work in networks 2G/3G/4G. Minimum price for a month of Internet use on the tablet is i190 in the Volgograd region, i240 in the Altai Republic, i250 in the Kaliningrad region, i290 in the Republics of Dagestan and Chechnya.
At the moment, to connect to a mobile operator Yota available to residents of the 48 regions.