Russian Mobile Phone Operators Subscribers in May

Following is a report of the May Russian mobile phone operators subscribers from Advanced Communications & Media, based in Moscow:

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                                                 May           April     MoM
                                                2011            2011       %
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MTS                                      108,738,889     108,616,792    0.11%
 Russia                                   71,371,539      71,446,853   -0.11%
 Moscow                                   13,535,827      13,401,435    1.00%
 Ukraine (UMC)                            18,480,679      18,380,625    0.54%
 Uzbekistan (Uzdunrobita)                  9,239,767       9,139,507    1.10%
 Turkmenistan (Barash Communications       2,381,960       2,383,061   -0.05%
 Armenia (Viva Cell)                       2,508,039       2,517,563   -0.38%
 Unconsolidated Belarus                    4,756,905       4,749,183    0.16%
Vimpelcom                                 95,507,629      94,244,755    1.34%
 Russia                                   53,851,841      53,225,309    1.18%
 Moscow                                   12,471,964      12,333,364    1.12%
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                                                 May           April     MoM
                                                2011            2011       %
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 Kazakhstan (KaR-Tel)                      7,511,678       7,196,621    4.38%
 Ukraine (Kyivstar, URS)                  24,602,003      24,496,862    0.43%
 Tajikistan (Tacom)                          835,829         816,222    2.40%
 Uzbekistan (Unitel, Buztel)               5,264,409       5,162,326    1.98%
 Armenia (Armentel)                          721,718         711,179    1.48%
 Georgia                                     681,318         640,548    6.36%
 Kyrgyzstan                                2,038,833       1,995,688    2.16%
MegaFon                                   57,595,099      57,224,241    0.65%
 Russia                                   56,905,070      56,546,777    0.63%
 Moscow                                    8,534,771       8,337,179    2.37%
 Tajikistan                                  516,676         504,962    2.32%
 Abkhazia                                    121,774         121,327    0.37%
 Osetia                                       51,579          51,175    0.79%
Tele2                                     19,766,000      19,540,000    1.16%
 Russia                                   19,416,000      19,200,000    1.13%
 Kazakhstan                                  350,000         340,000    2.94%
Rostelecom                                12,900,000      12,850,000    0.39%
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                                                 May           April     MoM
                                                2011            2011       %
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SMARTS Group                               2,501,410       2,500,857    0.02%
SkyLink                                    1,405,000       1,400,000    0.36%
Cellular Communications MOTIV              2,133,748       2,122,696    0.52%
New Telephone Company                      1,535,040       1,558,701   -1.52%
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Note: Data based on company data and ACM-Consulting estimates.
Percentage changes are calculated by Bloomberg.

SOURCE: Advance Communications and Media

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