Mobicom Corporation

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Mobicom Corporation LLC (Mobicom)
Official logo of MobiCom Corporation.png
Launched 18 March 1996
Slogan What drives you drives us
Country  Mongolia
Broadcast area Mongolia
Headquarters Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Website www.mobicom.mn

Mobicom Corporation (Mongolian: Мобиком Корпораци) is the largest mobile phone operator in Mongolia.

It was established as a joint Mongolian-Japanese venture on 18 March 1996, to be the first Mongolian cell phone service. It was founded by Newcom Group, Sumitomo, and KDDI. Mongolia's Newcom holds 40% of the share.

As of June, 2014, Mobicom holds nearly 40 percent of the market,[1] with network coverage of 95 percent across the country, the widest range of coverage in Mongolia. It delivers its services through 64 branch units, 2,200 dealers and over 10,000 mobile sales points.

Aside from cellular communications, Mobicom also has services including international communications, Internet and satellite communications and wireless local loop or WLL.[2] Its prepaid services are exclusively sold through Newtel LLC.

Mobicom introduced 3.5G networking in 2009, and provides HSPA.

Mobicome network support phones with UMTS 2100, HSDPA 2100, HSUPA 2100 or HSPA 2100 bands.[3]

ISO certificate[edit]

MobiCom became ISO certified for Quality Management System and Information Security Management in 2011, and was re-certified for another three years in 2014.[4] The company also obtained its ISO 27001:2005 for Information Security Management System Standard in 2012. Currently, no other Mongolian mobile service provider companies have received the ISO certificate.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statistics 2014". Mongolian Telecommunications Regulatory Committee. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 
  2. ^ "About us". Mobicom. Retrieved 2008-04-10. 
  3. ^ "Mobicom FAQ". Mobicom. Retrieved 2014-07-17. 
  4. ^ "Introduction". Mobicom. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 

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