Bakcell - main sponsor of Novruz holiday fair in Ganja (PHOTO)

Bakcell - main sponsor of Novruz holiday fair in Ganja (PHOTO)

Baku, Azerbaijan, March 29

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Bakcell, the First Mobile Operator and the Fastest Mobile Internet Provider of Azerbaijan took an active part in the national celebration of Novruz holiday. Thus, the company was the main sponsor of the large “Novruz Holiday Fair” held in the city of Ganja.

The large “Novruz Holiday Fair” was organized at the Heydar Aliyev square of Ganja city, where the guests were greeted by a giant “Samani” of 4.5 meters in height and Kosa, Kechal and Bahar Gizi, being the main symbols of Novruz holiday.

The fair included demonstration and sale of various national products and souvenirs, as well as many attractions and lots of entertainment for visitors and especially for the children. Concerts and performances were also organized within the frames of the fair by the Ganja Regional Culture Department. “Novruz Holiday Fair” was held with support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Azerbaijan, by initiative of Ganja City Executive Power and support of Ganja Regional Culture Department and “Ganjaland” family recreation complex.

Bakcell has yet again demonstrated its devotion to the national values and cultural riches of the country, by becoming the main sponsor of the “Novruz Holiday Fair” in Ganja. At the Bakcell stand, guests and especially children were greeted by exciting surprises, lots of entertainment and gifts. At the same time, visitors of the stand were able to get information about products and services of Bakcell and even get a free mobile number.

It should be noted that this year Bakcell has sponsored the large “Novruz Holiday Fair” held in the city of Ganja as well as the “Bahar Qalasi” festival at “Icherisheher” State Historical-Architectural Reserve.

Thousands of residents and guests of the country have visited the Novruz celebration events, held with support of Bakcell.

Bakcell, the First Mobile Operator and Leading Mobile Internet Provider of Azerbaijan, offers a wide range of products and Services to users of modern mobile communications Services. The company provides its customers with the best-in-class 4G mobile internet.

The 4G services of Bakcell are already available in Baku and Absheron peninsula, as well as central parts of more than 40 regions of Azerbaijan.

With more than 7000 base stations, Bakcell network covers 99% of the population and 93% of the land area of the country (except for the occupied territories). In 2017, Bakcell network has been recognized as the “Best in Test” in Azerbaijan by P3 Communications, being one of the most trusted independent authorities in mobile benchmarking. Bakcell has been recognized as the Fastest Mobile Network in Azerbaijan. This award, presented by world-famous “Ookla” company, recognizes Bakcell’s commitment to delivering fastest speeds to customers all across Azerbaijan.

For more information about Bakcell products and services, please visit www.bakcell.com or call 555. For press releases please see www.bakcell.com/az/news (or www.bakcell.com/en/news for press releases in English).

If you are not a Bakcell subscriber, but wish to find out about Bakcell and its products and services, please call 012 498 89 89.

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