Beeline builds infrastructure in Komi oil fields

Monday 15 December 2014 | 12:52 CET | News
Russian operator Vimpelcom, working under the Beeline brand, has expanded the coverage of its mobile network in gas and oil fields in Komi republic. A total 11 base stations were built there in the year to November this year. The network is based on equipment from Huawei, which was designed especially for the conditions of Northern Russia to make it resistant to heavy frost. Beeline provides its services for the companies Gazmprom Transgaz Ukhta, Lukoil Komi, Severnaya Neft and other entities there.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Beeline / Huawei China / Vimpelcom
Countries: Russian Federation
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