The Kyivstar telecommunication company introduced the Home Internet service in five cities in February and March 2011.
In particular, the service under the FTTB technology was introduced in Dniprodzerzhynsk (Dnipropetrovsk region), Lozova (Kharkiv region), Makiivka (Donetsk region), Netishyn (Khmelnytskyi region), and Chervonohrad (Lviv region).
At present, Kyivstar provides the service of access to the Internet in 43 cities,
In October 2010, following the merger of Kyivstar and the Beeline communication operator (the Ukrainian Radiosystems and Golden Telecom companies) the resulting company began providing services under the single brand Home Internet in all cities, including cities where Beeline had introduced the Beeline Internet at Home service.
The number of subscribers of Kyivstar and Beeline decreased by 2% to 24.44 million in November 2010.
The Kyivstar telecommunications operator and the Beeline mobile communications operator (the Ukrainian RadioSystems and Golden Telecom companies) ended the period of October-December 2010 with a net profit of UAH 514.1 million.