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[March 05, 2014]
Bakcell lowers prices for international calls
(Trend News Agency (Azerbaijan) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Baku, Azerbaijan, March 5 Trend: Bakcell, the First Mobile Operator and Leading Mobile Internet Provider of Azerbaijan, offers an unbelievable discount for international calls. From now on, Bakcell subscribers will pay only 29 qepik for 1 minute of international calls to all directions.
Starting from February 21st, 2014, the tariff for international calls according to different zones is canceled, and from now on the cost (excluding "Thuraya", "Inmarsat", "Iridium", etc. satellite numbers) for a call to any country is 0.29 AZN.
Bakcell, The First Mobile Operator and the Leading Mobile Internet Provider of Azerbaijan offers a variety of products for modern mobile communications customers. Bakcell provides class leading 3G mobile internet experience in the country under the Sür@ brand name.
As one of the largest national non-oil investors, Bakcell today continues making large investments in the economy of Azerbaijan through its investments in state-of-the-art telecommunication technology and its people who service our customers.
Bakcell's network covers more than 99% of the population and 92% of the land area of the country (excluding occupied territories). Bakcell is a leader in innovation and it focuses on bringing the best of the mobile internet to Azerbaijanis through new partnerships and its Sür@ services. With 257 retail outlets and 7 Customer Service Centers operating 24x7 Bakcell provides the best customer experience to its customers.
For more information about Bakcell products and services, please visit www.bakcell.com or call 555.For press releases please see www.bakcell.com/az/news (or www.bakcell.com/en/news for press releases in English).
If you are not a Bakcell subscriber, but wish to find out about Bakcell and its services, please call 055 000 05 55.
The official exchange rate is 0.7844 AZN/USD on March 5.
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