Motiv to start testing its GSM networks in new regions
The operator plans to deploy approximately 350 base stations in the new regions, with more than 150 base stations to be built in the Yekaterinburg region, TelecomPaper.com reports.
The networks will be launched under newly received licenses for GSM services in the Kurgan, Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansi regions.
Additionally, Motiv will open approxiamtely 20 branded retail outlets in the new regions, according to TelecomPaper.com.
Motiv is the leading GSM operator in the Sverdlovsk Region of Russia and is based in Yekaterinburg, the commercial hub of the Ural's Federation. Motiv has provided mobile services since 1998, and its customer base represents in excess of 38 percent of the market share of the mobile market.
Motiv is part of a group of sister telecommunications companies that includes fixed, international and national carrier services, operated through an extensive network of buried fiber and wireless technology.
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