Baktelecom expands fibre network in Baku

Tuesday 9 July 2019 | 18:12 CET | News
Azerbaijan state-owned operator BTRIB, working under the Baktelecom brand, has replaced copper lines with its fibre-optic cables in 24,000 households in the capital city since April, reports Trend. Broadband, IPTV, telephony and other modern telecommunications services have become available for customers. 

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