Lugakom adds calls to international destinations including Ukraine
LUGANSK, January 15 (Lugansk Media Centre) – Subscribers of mobile operator Lugakom can now make international calls including Ukraine, the company announced.
"Several international calls destinations were launched shortly before the New Year holidays. Those are Kazakhstan, South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Ukraine," said deputy director for commercial issues Eduard Egorov.
"Despite of the second operator (Vodafone) shutting down its temporary services, people still have a way to contact their friends and relatives in Ukraine. The calls are charged a bit higher than with Lugakom, calls to Russia are a bit cheaper than to Ukraine, but still it addresses the need that exists."
To activate international calls subscriber should address a service center.
On 18 June 2015, the Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications announced launching of a new domestic mobile operator Lugakom. LPR post offices began to sell Lugakom user kits in September. The number of Lugakom mobile carrier subscrbers has grown four times since the beginning of 2017 and got to 400 thousand, said the Republic’s Telecom and Mass Communications Minister Mikhail Surzhenko.
LuganskMediaCentre — 15 January — Lugansk
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