Armenia's telecommunications landscape, despite the country's complex topography and population distribution, has demonstrated remarkable growth and resilience. With a populace primarily concentrated in the capital, Yerevan, and challenging geographical features such as the arid Ararat Valley and rugged highlands, the implementation of a sturdy telecommunications network has been a significant feat. Armenia has overcome these obstacles through continuous infrastructural improvements and innovations, such as the deployment of 4G networks across urban and regional areas, and additional digital broadcasting infrastructures in remote regions. Furthermore, Armenia's admirable emphasis on fostering a favourable environment for ICT growth and the presence of multiple ISPs have contributed to a competitive telecommunications market, addressing disparities between urban and regional connectivity.

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Armenian Public Services Regulatory Commission
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Mobile Network Operators

The are 3 companies operating mobile networks in this region.

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Telecom Armenia OJSC, a broadband and telecommunications company, was originally established as Armentel in March 1995. The company underwent a series of rebranding and ownership changes over the years. It became a subsidiary of the Russian corporation VimpelCom, later known as VEON, in November 2006 and began operations under the Beeline brand. In 2017, the company was renamed VEON Armenia. On 29 October 2020, TEAM LLC, founded by Hayk and Alexandr Yesayan, acquired 100% of the company's shares using credit funds and renamed the company to its current name, Telecom Armenia OJSC. The...

Ucom is a telecommunications company that was established in 2009 in Armenia. The company was the first in the country to introduce the "fibre-optics to the home" solution, providing high-quality television (IPTV), high-speed internet connection and digital telephone services. Ucom operates its internet services through its own fibre-optic channel that links Armenia with Georgia, enabling transit internet to the Middle East. In 2013, Ucom was granted a licence to provide public mobile internet services. It expanded into the Armenian mobile market in 2015 after acquiring a 100% stake in...
Viva-MTS is a telecommunications company operating in Armenia. The company was founded as K-Telecom CJSC, and it provides services under the MTS brand. The brand name "VivaCell-MTS" is used in Armenia. As of March 2011, VivaCell-MTS had a subscriber base of 2.55 million and occupied more than 60% of the mobile market in Armenia by May 2011. As of December 2017, the number of subscribers stood at 2.1 million. The company is 80% owned by MTS OJSC.
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