Sunday, 4 December 2011

MTS Ukraine launches pilot broadband Internet network in Kyiv

PJSC MTS Ukraine from Dec. 1 launched a pilot fixed broadband Internet network in Kyiv, the operator's press service has told Interfax-Ukraine.

The service was launched jointly with Comstar-Ukraine, which is also part of MTS.

Currently the service is available in the Osokorky district, a district on the left bank of the Dnipro in Kyiv.

The operator will provide the service under the Home MTS Connect brand.

The company uses the FTTB technology (Fiber-to-the-building) to provide access to the Internet.

Several tariff plans with the access speeds of 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps with a minimum monthly fee of Hr 50 are available to subscribers.

In addition, subscribers can use the IPTV service (over 60 TV channels, free of charge during the test period), as well as have access to a free library of movies.

You can subscribe to the service through the operator's Web site or in brand stores.

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