ИАА «Рустелеком» / IAA “Rustelecom” presented a research summary of the Russian market for mobile virtual operators (MVNO) in the Russian Federation.
Citing CEO Yevgeniy Vasilyev Russian news agency Prime reports that Russian DLD/ILD telephony operator MTT plans to start MVNO services on the network of one of three largest Russian mobile operators by the end of the year.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Group had distanced itself from plans to launch as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) in Russia, with the tycoon also said to be considering calling time on long-running WiMAX provider Trivon, which offers services under the ‘Virgin Connect’ banner.
Russian mobile giant MegaFon, which offers Long Term Evolution (LTE) services through a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreement with sister company Yota, has reportedly introduced its first LTE-suitable handset
Yota is obliged to offer its rivals access to its in-deployment LTE network via a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreement, but has dragged its feet since being acquired by billionaire Alisher Usmanov in July 2012
Russian mobile operator MTS has yet to reach an agreement with Yota on launching LTE MVNO services on the Yota network.
izvestia Reports that Richard Branson will cease his Russia expansion plan. The company Trivon Networks, operating under the brand name Virgin Connect, will not deploy a WiMAX-network, and a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)
Russian regional operator «Старая версия сайта» / “Central Telegraph” (CT) starts MVNO services in Moscow has launched its Full MVNO services in the Moscow region
Virgin Group is talking to Russian mobile phone companies as possible partners to use the Virgin brand in the world’s biggest country, British businessman Richard Branson said on Wednesday.
According to Prime-Tass news agency, Russian mobile giant Vimpelcom has received approval to initiate mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) services using Long Term Evolution (LTE) infrastructure owned by Scartel (Yota).
According to a number of unconfirmed local press reports, Russian national operator Rostelecom has filed a lawsuit against WiMAX-turned-Long Term Evolution (LTE) operator Scartel (Yota) in the Moscow Commercial Court, regarding wholesale access to the latter’s under-deployment LTE network.
Russian operator TTK plans to provide LTE services through a MVNO arrangement, reports Vedomosti citing Artyom Kudryavtsev, the CEO of TTK
Russian national operator Rostelecom has abruptly changed its plans to offer Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) over the infrastructure of Scartel (Yota),
Fitch Ratings says that the key rationale for providing a LTE service under MVNO terms is gaining timing advantage over competition, but this is likely to be short-lived and not worth the investment suggested by Skartel’s-announced MVNO terms.
According to an unconfirmed report by Vedomosti, WiMAX-turned-Long Term Evolution (LTE) operator Scartel (Yota) has signed up around 600,000 LTE subscribers since inaugurating its commercial LTE network earlier this year.
Richard Branson’s international Virgin Mobile operation is reportedly eyeing up the Russian market for future expansion, RBC Daily reports.
Russian mobile giant Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) has announced the signing of an agreement with Scartel (Yota) to launch as a Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) over the latter’s network in Kazan.
Russian national operator Rostelecom has started to sell its Sims at newspapers kiosks in Chelyabisnk.