Azercell launches the “eSIM numbers with a gift” campaign

Creating new opportunities with modern technological services and favorable offers for subscribers, Azercell is pleased to announce the campaign “eSIM numbers with a gift”! Azercell eSIM numbers

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According to the terms of the campaign, new subscribers who get special eSIM numbers will receive additional bonuses depending on the chosen number.

Thus, depending on the value of the prepaid number purchased, subscribers will get a gift balance in the amount of half of its value, which may be used to buy any Serbest and Gencol tariffs within six months. On obtaining an eSim Postpaid number under the campaign, subscribers can join one of the Serbest 15, Serbest 25 and Serbest 50 tariff packages for free.

eSIM numbers with a gift can be purchased in any official dealer store of Azercell. Further information about the numbers offered within the campaign and related benefits is available at www.azercellim.com.

Azercell’s network expansion and modernization prompted a 40% surge in data usage Azercell eSIM numbers

Pursuing its strategic goal of “Easing connectivity, empowering lives!” Azercell continues its large-scale network expansion and modernization project, which started in August this year.

Thus, the leading mobile operator launched the first 5G network in Azerbaijan on trial mode covering the entire area of Fountain Square. At the same time, in just five months, Azercell installed more than one hundred new 4G base stations and upgraded more than 1050 base stations. Along with Baku and Absheron, the new base stations covered Goychay, Astara, Agdash, Gusar, Yardimli, Kurdamir, Ismayilli, Sheki, Shabran and Gabala.

In 2022, the leading mobile operator increased its 4G coverage by 6%. As a result of these measures, the company saw a 40% increase in internet traffic.

Azercell continued the expansion of its network in the liberated territories deploying the latest technologies. Keeping environmental protection in the spotlight, Azercell has also started applying “green” technologies in Karabakh. The mobile operator has already launched solar-powered base stations in Gubadli and Jabrayil and plans to increase their number to thirty-five by the end of this year.

About one hundred Azercell’s base stations operate in Karabakh now, covering Shusha, Aghdam, Fuzuli, Jabrayil, Zangilan, Gubadli and Kalbajar, the settlements of Istisu, Hadrut, Sugovushan, as well as villages of Khojavand and other districts with their network. The mobile operator deployed more than ten base stations in the Lachin district, providing mobile communication services in Zabukh, Sus and other villages.

 

 

 

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