MCN Telecom’s telephony network reaches 55 Russian cities

21 Sep 2018

Russian B2B fixed/converged telephony operator MCN Telecom has expanded its network services footprint to three additional cities this month – Blagoveshchensk, Penza and Yakutsk – taking its local communication infrastructure node presence to a total of 55 cities across the Federation, with 44 full commercial launches so far. MCN offers business users a range including local, long-distance/international IP telephony, SIP trunking, virtual/cloud PBX and fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) services including its MVNO-based mobile service hosted by the Tele2 Russia cellular network in partnership with MTT acting as mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE). MCN is currently focusing its marketing and promotions largely on the SME sector.

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