ArmenTel (Beeline) receives just 1,642 MNP applications in first month of new regime

7 May 2014

Armenian fixed and mobile operator ArmenTel (trading as Beeline) says it received just 1,642 applications from people wishing to port their existing mobile number to its network in the month following the launch of mobile number portability (MNP) in the country on 1 April. The company’s press officer Tatevik Hayrumyan said of the new regime: ‘The most important thing is that this service works. For us it is important that subscribers who use the MNP service to switch to other operators do not feel any discomfort. We have not received complaints from subscribers.’

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