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Cellular operator Tele2 plans to invest 1,3 billion in Khabarovsky Krai

The Government of Khabarovsk Krai and the alternative mobile operator Moscow - Tele2 signed an agreement on intentions in the development of communication services. As the press service of the regional administration reports, until 2018 the company plans to invest 1,3 billion rubles in the development of the cellular communications infrastructure of the region.

“The emergence of a new player on the telecommunications market will provide an additional inflow of investments, which will ultimately lead to the growth of the regional economy and will help improve the quality of life of citizens. In addition, it will become an additional impetus to the development of the communications infrastructure, to increase competition in the telecommunications market, ”said Minister of Communications and Mass Media of the region Pavel Uvarov.

The agreement provides for large-scale construction of new network infrastructure facilities. The operator intends to pay special attention to increasing the availability of mobile communication services in remote settlements of the Khabarovsk Territory, as well as in territories along federal routes. In addition to technical development, the parties plan to implement a number of programs aimed at boosting the economy and creating a favorable investment climate in the region.

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