Nar's LTE user base grew in Azerbaijan by 23% in nine months

Nar's LTE user base grew in Azerbaijan by 23% in nine

Azerbaijani mobile telecommunications company Azerfon (Nar trademark) has revealed its 4G LTE user base grew by 23% in the first nine months of 2021.

"The launch of desired and beneficial offers for each subscriber group, the installation of new base stations in Baku and the regions, as well as continuous optimization of the network lie at the bottom of this increase," said a statement from the mobile carrier.
It said that 62% of 4G users are in the capital, whereas 38% in the regions.

Nar network covers 99.9% of the country's population and 90% of the country's territory with more than 8,780 base stations.

Meanwhile, Nar organizes ‘Fundamentals of Mobile Communication’ training for students majoring in technical specialties to train local staff in the mobile market and turn young people into professionals in a short time after graduation. The training is conducted free with the organizational support of the university administration.

Focused primarily on the operating principle of the mobile network and communication technologies, the ‘Fundamentals of Mobile Communication informs students about the practical aspects of mobile communication as a useful addition to the curriculum of universities.

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