Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 2
The leader of the country's telecom market Azercell continues the expansion of Azercell Express offices in Baku and regions in order to provide high quality services for its subscribers. As of October, 2 Azercell Telecom opened another AzEx office at Ahmadli settlement, M.Hadi street 41 L.
The new AzEx office will operate based on "one-stop shopping" concept, so convenient for subscribers. This concept allows customers to benefit from three services in the same location: make payments for their phone bills, use full range of customer services and buy a new phone, data-card or a number. We would like to note that, Azercell Telecom was the first mobile operator among CIS countries to introduce its subscribers such services by launching the first Azercell Express office in Baku on August 27, 2004.
By expanding its coverage and network, Azercell now has 17 AzEx offices in Baku and 31 in the regions. Moreover, four Customer Service offices operate in Baku and six in the regions. The number of Express offices reached 48.
New AzEx office, opened in Ahmadli will enable subscribers to enjoy the benefits of the most professional and exemplary customer service in the country.
Azercell continues to increase the number of its Express offices all over the country in order to provide all customers with prompt and top quality service.
Azercell Telecom LLC was founded in 1996 and since the first years sustains a leading position on the market. Azercell introduced number of technological innovations in Azerbaijan: GSM technology, GPRS/EDGE, 24/7 Customer Care, full-time operating Azercell Express offices, mobile e-service "ASAN imza" (ASAN signature) and others. With 51% share of Azerbaijan's mobile market Azercell's network covers 99,8% of the country's population. By the end of 2013 the number of Azercell's subscribers reached 4,5 million people. In 2011 Azercell deployed 3G and in 2012 the fourth generation network - LTE in Azerbaijan. The Company is the leader of Azerbaijan's mobile communication industry and the biggest investor in the non-oil sector.