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nd other operators in Uzbekistan. Armenia: The company’s subsidiary, ArmenTel, is the Armenian incumbent mobile and fixed-line operator. ArmenTel operates a national network and local networks in every city of Armenia. In Armenia, it provides domestic and international voice termination, intercity and local leased channels and IP transit. Tajikistan: In Tajikistan, the company has interconnection agreements with 13 local operators. Under the interconnection agreements, it provides voice call termination to its own network. It also has a license to provide international communications in Tajikistan, which allows the company’s subsidiary there to interconnect with OJSC VimpelCom directly. Georgia: In Georgia, the company’s subsidiary, Mobitel, has interconnection agreements with ArmenTel and OJSC VimpelCom, and 22 agreements with local operators. Under these agreements, Mobitel provides voice call termination to its own network. Residential and FTTB Operations In Kazakhstan, the company offers the same spectrum of fixed-line broadband and wireless Internet access as in Russia. In Kazakhstan, it launched a co-branded version of Opera Software’s Opera Mini Web browser and offers unlimited browsing services to its customers. The company also launched various mobile Facebook services and has plans to launch others. In Uzbekistan and Armenia, the company offers the same spectrum of fixed-line broadband and wireless Internet access as in Russia. In Armenia, it offers PSTN-fixed and IP telephony services, as well as fixed-line broadband Internet access based on ADSL technology and dial-up services and wireless Internet access based on CDMA technology. In Tajikistan, the company launched a co-branded version of Opera Software’s Opera Mini Web browser and offers unlimited browsing services to its customers. In Armenia, Georgia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, the company launched various mobile Facebook services and has plans to launch others. Competition Kazakhstan: The company’s competitors include Kazakhtelecom (whose group includes Nursat, Sygnum, Kepter Telecom, Online.kg, Radio Tell, and Vostok Telecom), KazTransCom owned by TeliaSonera, TransTelecom owned by the Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (a railway company), and Astel. Uzbekistan: In Uzbekistan, the company competes with Uzbektelecom, East Telecom, Sarkor Telecom, Sharq Telecom, and EVO. Armenia: The company’s competitors include iCON, Armenian Datacom Company, Cornet-AM, Bionet, Web, Hi-Tech Gateway Inc., Arminco, Softlink, Netsys, Xalt, Crossnet, Complex Dzoraghbyur, AATVQ CJSC, and Ardnet LLC. The company’s main competitors in Uzbekistan are UzNet, Sarkor, TPS, SharqStream, and EVO. Its main competitors in Armenia are U!Com, Orange, VivaCell, and Armenian Datacom Company. Strategy The company’s strategy focuses on optimizing cash flows, and its businesses combine mature, strong cash-generating companies with emerging growth opportunities in a number of regions. Seasonality The company’s mobile telecommunications business is subject to certain seasonal effects. Revenue from the company’s contract and prepaid tariff plans tend to increase during the December holiday season, and then decrease in January and February. Mobile revenue is also higher in the summer months, when roaming revenue increases as customers tend to travel during these months. Guest roaming revenue on its networks also grows in this period. The company’s fixed-line telecommunications business is also subject to certain seasonal effects. Its revenue from its fixed-line telecommunications business are lower when there are fewer working days in the period or a greater number of customers are on vacation, such as during the summer months. Significant Events In June 2014, Vimpelcom launched commercial LTE services in Stavropol and Rostov. The services based on FDD LTE are provided in the 2,600 MHz based. In June 2014, Vimpelcom expanded its monobrand retail chain in the Lipetsk region, opening its first shop in the town of Yelets. Vimpelcom has raised mobile Internet capacity in residential neighbourhoods in the city of Voronezh, as well as in recreation de

 

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