Nakhchivan to monitor revenue from telecommunications services
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept.1 / Trend H. Veliyev /
The Communications and IT Ministry of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic (NAR) will conduct regular monitoring and analysis of revenues from telecommunications services provided through the public telephone network.
According to the ministry, the monitoring will be conducted regularly to reveal and address problems and to improve service quality.
The ministry will analyze the revenue from automated telephone exchanges (ATE) in the NAR. The revenue is accumulated from various services on mobile communications, intercity and international communications networks.
The ministry told Trend today that 34 percent of calls in the NAR are made via mobile phone, while 42.3 percent are intra-republican calls, 0.07 percent are calls to CIS countries and Iran, 18 percent are calls to Turkey, and 0.005 percent are calls to Europe and the United States.
The ministry has also decided to increase the number of users of public telephone network services through a broad campaign later this year.
There are 94 ATEs in Nakhchivan city and the Sharur, Sadarak, Shahbuz, Kengerli, Ordubad, Julfa, Babak regions.