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Claude Debussylaan 88

Amsterdam, 1082 MD

Netherlands

Phone: 31 20 797 7200

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ional offices and owns shops in seven regions and a booth in the international airport. Competition The company competes with Grameenphone, Banglalink, Robi, Airtel, Citycell, Teletalk, Unitel, Lao Telecom, VimpelCom Lao Co., ETL, Djezzy, Mobilis (AMN), Nedjma (WTA), Leo Burundi, Econet Wireless, SMART Lacell, Onatel Burundi, Africell Tempo, Telecel CAR, Orange, Moov, Azur, Econet, and NetOne. Fixed-line Business in Africa and Asia The company’s fixed-line business in Africa and Asia is limited to its operations in Pakistan, Laos, Burundi, and the Central African Republic. Its fixed-line business in Pakistan includes Internet, data and VAS through a range of access media, covering major cities of Pakistan. The company also offers domestic and international long distance services, point-to-point leased lines, dedicated Internet services through its access network, VPN services, VAS, such as Web hosting, email hosting and domain registration, DSL and xDSL services, WiMax services, VSAT services, Metro Fiber, which provides last mile access to the enterprise sectors in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad and P2P radios for connecting to its network. In Laos, it offers WiMax covering few cities with low uptake. In Burundi, it offers WiMax 16d fixed broadband services using Alvarion equipment. In the Central African Republic, it offers limited fixed services, which include dedicated and shared Internet connections using WiMax. Marketing and Distribution In Pakistan, the company’s BCD utilizes a direct sales force for corporate customers. For consumer DSL, it uses direct sales channels, indirect sales channels and telesales. BCD offers WiMax services to the consumer market only in Karachi, through direct and indirect sales channels and telesales led by a sales manager. In Burundi, the company has a dedicated direct sales force for its fixed-line services. Majority sales are made through its fully owned shops in the country’s capital city Bujumbura. In the Central African Republic, it has a dedicated direct sales force for its fixed-line services. Majority sales are made through its fully owned shops in the country’s capital city, Bangui. Competition In Pakistan, its main competitors for fixed-line corporate services are Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation (PTCL), Multinet, Wateen, Supernet, Cybernet, Nexlinx, and Nayatel. Its main competitors for carrier and operator services are PTCL, Wateen, Worldcall, Wi-Tribe, and Telenor Pakistan. Its main competitors for consumer Internet services are PTCL, Wateen, World Call, Wi-Tribe, and Qubee. In Burundi, its main competitor for fixed-line services is CBINET. In the Central African Republic, its main competitors for fixed-line services are Orange and Moov. OPERATIONS OF THE UKRAINE BUSINESS UNIT Mobile Business in Ukraine Mobile Voice Services As of December 31, 2013, approximately 8.9% of the company’s customers in Ukraine were on postpaid plans and approximately 90.9% of its customers in Ukraine were on prepaid plans. Call Completion and VAS In Ukraine, the company offers the same call completion and VAS as in Russia. Roaming As of December 31, 2013, Kyivstar provided voice roaming on 420 partner networks in 195 countries, GPRS roaming on 313 networks in 157 countries and 3G roaming on 123 networks in 177 countries. Wireless Internet Access In Ukraine, the company provides its customers with wireless Internet access through GPRS/EDGE networks. The service offers customers special wireless USB modems, which provide a way to access the Internet throughout Ukraine without access to fixed-line broadband or a long-term contract. Marketing and Distribution The company divides its primary target customers into two groups, such as B2B (subdivided into SME customers and LE customers); and B2C (mass market) customers. Competition The company’s primary competitors include Kyivstar, Mobile TeleSystems—Ukraine, and Astelit. Fixed-line Business in Ukraine The company has constructed and owns 24,375 kilometer fiber optic network (local FOL mobile, FTTB and fixed business), including 5,070 kilometers within cities, 2,991 kilom

 

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