Nar-CityNet has come up with one more interesting proposal for its customers. Within the new campaign, all ADSL subscribers, which connected to Nar-CityNet FTTB (Fiber to the Building) service and made monthly payment 2 months in advance, will get an opportunity to free access to free fiber optic broadcasting equipment.
Currently, Nar-CityNet offers high-speed fixed internet in Baku City and Sahil settlement of the Garadagh District based on FTTB, ADSL (Assymetric Digital Subscriber Line) technologies as well as digital TV and IPTV services in Nakhchivan city based on DVB-T2 technology (Digital Video Broadcasting - 2nd generation digital TV broadcasting).
Notably, in the framework of multifunctional communication strategy, Nar mobile operator has bought CityNet, which is one of the largest fixed-network providers of the country. Nar-CityNet project is a long-term program, which considers Nar's multifunctional communication strategy as well as presentation of high-speed and high quality fixed internet services for homes and business at competitive prices.
Thanks to the expanded, renewed and competitive mobile network, today, Nar provides 4G and 3G-based high-speed mobile internet service throughout the country. Strategic goal of the mobile operator is not to provide only mobile phones with reliable and high-speed internet access, but also homes and workplaces. Significant investment has been made to improve mobile and fixed networks as well as allocation of larger amount of investment is planned within long-term Multiplay strategy.