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® Number of Nar 4G users reaches 700 thousand

Baku, June 28, AZERTAC

The number of 4G users of Nar, which has one of the largest 4G networks in the country, grows rapidly. During the past year the number of Nar’s 4G users increased two-fold and reached 700 thousand. An increase in the number of 4G users was possible thanks to installation of new base stations across the country, bundles and tariffs offered by Nar, as well as the growth of 4G smartphone penetration. Thus, the number of smartphone users in Nar network in the past year increased by 23 percent.

Nar provides its 4G service not only on the territory of Baku, but in central parts of country’s other cities and regions. 71 percent of Nar’s 4G users are residing in Baku, while 29 percent of them are living in regions. When compared to a relevant period of the last year, the number of 4G internet users in Baku and in regions increased by 95 percent and 120 percent respectively. Overall, 25 percent of Nar subscribers are users of 4G internet. Currently, Nar has more than 2.3 million users.

Detailed information about the mobile operator’s network can be found at nar.az website.

“Azerfon” LLC (Nar brand) started its operations on March 21, 2007, and within a short period of time became one of the leading companies of the telecommunications and mobile communication industry of Azerbaijan. The Nar brand name was selected as the symbol that resembles the cohesion of the rich cultural and historical heritage of Azerbaijan with the modern life. Being the first operator in the country to introduce the 3G technology, Nar provides the customers with a wide 4G network coverage. With a large network of over 7500 base stations, covering 97 percent of the country’s territory (except for occupied territories), Nar provides the subscribers with high quality services.

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