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Rostelecom expands PON network in Karelia, North Ossetia

Friday 7 December 2018 | 09:32 CET | News

Russian national operator Rostelecom has expanded the coverage of its PON network in the Republic of Karelia in the settlement of Kalevala in the Northern part of the region. The company also deployed its fibre-optic network in the settlements of Mayskoye and Novoje in the Prigorodniy municipality in the Republic of North Ossetia. 

In North Ossetia, the operator rolled out 30 km of fibre to connect more than 2,000 households to broadband services. Rostelecom has already deployed 213 km of fibre-optic lines in the municipality this year, and 11,000 households have been covered in 13 settlements. GPON networks were built in most of the settlements. 

The company also announced that Rostelecom-Retail Systems opened its new service centre and retail outlet in the city of Yuzhny-Sakhalinsk in the Sakhalin region. The full spectrum of services from the national operator are available in the new shop. Rostelecom owns two branded shops in the region after the opening.




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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Rostelecom
Countries: Russian Federation
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