The Kyiv-based Datagroup telecommunication company has begun to provide services of broadband access to the Internet to individual subscribers under a brand of “Home Telecom.”
Thus, the company has begun to provide services of broadband access to the Internet to individual subscribers under a single trade mark.
According to the statement, in addition to the broadband access to the Internet the individual subscribers will receive services of telephony and digital TV (Triple Play).
At the moment cable television service is being tested in Lutsk and in a month will be put into commercial operation.
By the yearend the company plans to start providing IPTV television services in 14 towns.
The company provides the service in 22 cities of Ukraine within the scope of five unlimited tariff plans.
Datagroup Director-General Oleksandr Danchenko opines, the introduction of a new brand to the telecom market will consolidate services for mass consumers and mid-scale businesses, and also strengthen the company’s positions in these market segments.
As Ukrainian News earlier reported, late in 2009 Datagroup announced its intent to step up sales of services of broadband access to the Internet and telephony for individual subscribers through developing a new trade mark.
Datagroup was founded through merger of several telecommunications companies in the city of Kyiv and provinces.
Datagroup runs a nationwide DWDM fiber-optic data transfer network of 11,500 kilometers and an MPLS multimedia network built on its basis.
The MPLS network allows transmission of voice, data, and images to the end users — corporate and private subscribers.
The company is controlled by several individuals, including the founder of the company — Oleksandr Kardakov.