Nar renews its ‘Qutu’ offer
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 16
Nar has renewed its ‘Qutu’ offer, which allows the users to save their time and money. ‘Qutu’ is a unique all-in-one product, offering fiber-optic internet and digital TV for homes, countrywide calling minutes to all directions and mobile internet services.
The updated ‘Qutu’ packages, with the prices starting from 22 AZN, now include free bonus minutes for use within the tariff, up to 1000 free minutes for calls to all directions within the country, up to 3 GB of mobile internet and fiber-optic internet with speed of up to 40 Mb. The number of channels in the ‘Basic’ package has been brought up to 200, and 40 HD channels have been added. Customers, who will benefit from using the renewed ‘Qutu’ offer, can save up to 70% on their communications costs.
‘Qutu’ provides every user with an opportunity to choose the most suitable and convenient package. Simply visit qutu.nar.az to take advantage of the updated offers, get information about the coverage area and order online. ‘Qutu’ is provided by Nar and ‘CityNet’ fixed internet provider. ‘Qutu’ is the first product on the telecom market of Azerbaijan to offer digital TV, high speed fiber-optic internet and mobile communication services in one single package.
‘Azerfon’ LLC (Nar™) started its operations on March 21, 2007, and within a short period of time became one of the leading companies of the telecommunications and mobile communication industry of Azerbaijan. The ‘Nar’ brand name was later selected as the symbol that resembles the cohesion of the rich cultural and historical heritage of Azerbaijan with the modern life. Being the first operator in the country to introduce the 3G technology, Nar provides the customers with a wide 4G network coverage. Moreover, within the frames of its strategy aimed at continuous improvement of the network quality, the operator has introduced the ‘HD-Voice’ service, which ensures a significant increase of the quality and flawless transmission of voice. With a large network of over 6500 base stations, covering 93% of the country’s territory, Nar provides more than 2 million subscribers with the highest quality services.