Azerbaijani communications operator increases number of payphones
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb.28 / Trend H. Veliyev /
Some 110 payphones have launched in the network of the Azerbaijani-British joint venture AzEuroTel, AzEuroTel told Trend on Friday.
Some 60 units were installed in Baku and are wireless and operate in the CDMA standard. As a result of 2010, the company's payphones fleet increased by 20 units.
According to the operator's plans, by mid-2011, its payphone fleet will increase to 20 units, which will be installed primarily in the National Seashore Park.
Payphones of the Taiwanese Tatung company are used in the AzEuroTel's network. The devices used in the operator's network are resistant to weather and temperature changes.
Telephone services using payphones allows local, intercity and international calls to be made. Calls from payphones are made with coins payphone chip cards.
One of the operator's main tasks is to support the status of payphones as a cost-effective public means of making calls and to ensure quality and a wide range of rendered services.