Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) has expanded cellular network coverage of several residential areas in Mogilev Region, the cell phone provider told Interfax.
New base stations have been commissioned in Bobruisk and Gorki, the source reported.
In addition, there have been installed communication towers in Korobovschina (Bobruisk District), Poloshkovo (Klimovichi District) and Polipen (Cherikov District).
At the moment, there are over 200 base stations operating in Mogilev Region and another 50 will be installed by the end of the year, MTS Mogilev Region Vice Director Viktor Nerushkin told Interfax.
In his words, the base stations support both GSM 900 and GSM1800 standards.
The company also made its services available in Yurovka (Dribin District), Vendorozh (Mogilev District), Golysheno and Ovsyanka (Gorki District), Smolitsa (Bykhov District), Kamenka and Suslovka (Chausy District), Yuryevichi and Leonopolye (Klimovichi District), Zabolot (Slavgorod District).
As of February 1, MTS had 3.335 million subscribers.
Mobile TeleSystems LLC joint venture was set up in May 2002. The company holds a licence for the commercial exploitation of a GSM-900/1800 network. The company founders are Russia’s largest cell communication operator MTS (49%) and Belarusian Intercity Communication company (51%).