Mobile Digital Communication Company (Velcom) has expanded coverage in Mogilev Region, Interfax learnt from the company's press service.
In particular, Velcom communication has become available in Smolki, Zaverezhye, Khotyukhovo, Domashi, Boroviki, Yurovichi, Medriki, Vereiki, Bogdanovo, Voronichi, Strazhevo and Ponizovye.
Velcom base stations have also been installed in a number of agritowns in Minsk, Gomel, Grodno and Vitebsk regions, the source reported.
The company also improved coverage of M-1, M-10 and P-6 motorways, the source informed.
Mobile Digital Communications Belarusian-Cypriot joint venture (MDC, VELCOMTM) was set up in July 1998 by Cypriot company SB-Telecom (49%), Belarusian Beltelecom Corporation (31%) and Beltechexport CJSC (20%). In August 1998, the company obtained a ten-year license to design, build, and exploit a GSM-900 national cellular communication network. In December 2002 the company was licensed for designing a GSM-1800 network.