Ukrtelecom, the largest telecommunications company in Ukraine, has introduced 5 unlimited tariff plans for OGO broadband Internet users in regional centers, and the cities of Sevastopol and Simferopol, the company reported.
The OGO! Light tariff plan provides Internet access speed at up to 512 kilobits/s; a subscription fee is UAH 48 per 30 calendar days.
The OGO!2 tariff plan gives access to Internet at the speed of 2 megabits/s for UAH 60 per 30 calendar days.
The OGO!4 tariff envisages Internet access speed up to 4 megabits for UAH 100/30calendar days.
The OGO!8 tariff allows accessing Internet at the speed of up to 8 megabits/s for a subscription fee of UAH 150/30 calendar days.
In the OGO!Ultra tariff plan access to Internet is offered at the speed of up to 24 megabits/s, subscription fee is UAH 200/30 calendar days.
As Ukrainian News reported, in March Ukrtelecom introduced three unlimited tariff plans for Kyiv users of the OGO internet service.
Ukrtelecom sustained losses of UAH 36.1 million in the January-March period.
The company’s net revenues decreased by UAH 3.432 million or 0.2% to UAH 1,675.437 million in the first quarter, compared with the corresponding period of 2009.
Ukrtelecom has a 78.5% share of the fixed-line telephone market in Ukraine and provides services to 9.9 million subscribers.