Motiv reports 10 percent subscriber growth
The company received licenses for providing GSM services in the Yamalo-Nenets and Yugra autonomous regions and the Kurgan region in 2011. The company plans to deploy more than 250 new base stations and open 23 retail outlets in 2012, Telecom Paper reports.
Motiv has provided mobile services since 1998 and has a customer base that represents more than 38 percent market share of the mobile market in the region. Motiv is part a group of telecommunications companies that includes international, fixed and national carrier services operated through buried fiber and wireless technologies.
Motiv is also in the business of internet access, data services, contact center outsourcing, building virtual private networks and other related telecommunications services. The different companies that act as sister companies under Motiv are Yekaterinburg 2000 LLC in the Sverdlovsk region, Mobifon 2000 LLC in the Russian Federation, Euro-Asian Highway Ltd. in the Ural Federal District, and Perm and Perm Telephone Company in Perm, Telecom Paper reports.
Motiv touts its high level of quality, customer service, high reliability, affordability and convenience.
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