Free operator “Atlas” will work in Moscow and St. Petersburg in may

The newspaper Kommersant reported that the four largest Russian operator, MTS, MegaFon, Beeline and Tele2, are required until July 25 to give access to their networks of independent virtual operators, in order not to lose Federal licenses for LTE. As explained Roem.ru in may in Moscow and St. Petersburg earn a new mobile operator “Atlas”.
Free operator "Atlas" will work in Moscow and St. Petersburg in may
Note that the launch of “Atlas” has learned from 2013 and the start of the project was postponed several times. The highlight should be a free basic package of communication. If at the initial stage it was assumed that the owners themselves will pay 100-150 rubles a month for each subscriber, and a profit will be obtained through the payment of minutes, SMS and MB spent by subscribers in excess of the basic package.
Now we are talking about the provision of free basic package through affiliate services. Calls and Internet access will be possible only with smartphones based on Android or iOS.

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