25 June 2018, 13:06
Lugakom to laucnh five new base stations across LPR to enhance service
LUGANSK, June 25 (Lugansk Media Centre) – LPR state mobile operator Lugakom has announced plans to launch five new base stations to improve the quality of connection across the Republic, said the company's principal deputy director general Eduard Egorov.
"The operator took another step to upgrade the service in June within the framework of a large-scale program to enhance its coverage."
Five stations are to be installed in Lugansk (2), Krasnodon, Slavyanoserbsk and Antratzit districts.
"New stations will reduce the number of connection failure mistakes, so this summer our subscribers will see significantly improved service, including voice calls."
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 subscribers 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 — 25 June — Lugansk
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