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Company Overview of Public Joint Stock Company Long-Distance and International Telecommunications Rostelecom

Company Overview

Public Joint Stock Company Long-Distance and International Telecommunications Rostelecom operates as a national telecommunications company in Russia and Europe. The company offers communication services, such as local, intra-zone, long-distance domestic and international fixed-line telephone, and mobile services, as well as data transmission, Internet, Pay TV, VPN, data center, and radio communication services; and rents communication channels. It operates the intercity network and the international telecommunications gateways of Russia, which carry voice and data traffic that originates in owned, and other national and international operators’ networks to national and international operator...

Building 1

Goncharnaya Street, 30

Moscow,  115172


Founded in 1993


7 499 999 8283


7 499 999 8222

Key Executives for Public Joint Stock Company Long-Distance and International Telecommunications Rostelecom

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Public Joint Stock Company Long-Distance and International Telecommunications Rostelecom Key Developments

Rostelecom May Sell Central Telegraph Building In Moscow

Public Joint Stock Company Long-Distance and International Telecommunications Rostelecom (MISX:RTKM) is considering selling the Central Telegraph building in the Tverskaya Street, a Moscow main high-end arteria, and has already met with possiblebuyers, President Mikhail Oseyevsky told PRIME in an interview.

Rostelecom PJSC Finalises the First Stage of Smart City Project in the Astrakhan Region

Rostelecom PJSC announced that it has completed the first stage of Smart City project to implement a photo and video surveillance system to record driving violations and strengthen control over the movement of heavy and large vehicles in the Astrakhan region. The acceptance commission, which included representatives of the regional government and the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, has already tested and approved 22 control stations for several types of traffic violations. The entire project includes the installation of 52 fixed and three mobile intelligent stations to monitor the passage of railway crossings and intersections, parking and stoppage, driving in the oncoming traffic lane and speed. The company is currently testing newly installed stations. The Company plans to complete all acceptance tests of three mobile and 52 fixed stations, as well as put them into operation by the end of September 2017. In addition, five automatic weight control stations will be installed on the regional roads with the main freight transport flow. At the same time, the company will modernise 75 pre-existing photo and video surveillance systems, while reconstructing a monitoring centre with a total area of more than 600 square meters. The company plans to complete all work on the system by the end of the year. This is the first project of its kind in the South and the second in Russia to be implemented by the Company based on the concession model and at its own expense. The main objective is to improve the road safety on municipal, regional and federal roads, as well as to extend the lifespan of highways. Given the company’s experience in implementing similar projects in more than 20 regions of the Russian Federation, accidents on Astrakhan roads are expected to decrease on average by 30%. In December 2016, the company and the government of the Astrakhan region, represented by the regional ministry of construction and housing and communal services, signed the concession agreement, under the terms of which the company will develop a regional road safety system at its own expense. Under the agreement, company will also be involved in the operation of the photo and video surveillance system after its launch for the period of 11 years.

Rostelecom Expands Internet Network in Sakha

Rostelecom has started providing its unlimited internet services in the settlement of Peleduy in the Lensk municipality in the Republic of Sakha. Tariffs with up to 5 Mbps broadband have become available for customers there. Unlimited services have also become available with the deployment of new lines and the upgrade of existing lines.

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