|Limited liability company|
|$140 million (2011)|
Geocell (Georgian: ჯეოსელი) is the mobile communication provider in Georgia. It was created in 1996 and became fully operational on 900 MHz in March 1997. Geocell was founded with shared Georgian and Turkish investment. The control packet of the company was owned by the Georgian side.
On 27 March 2001 Geocell acquired Georgia’s third largest GSM provider "GT Mobile" and renamed it into its second branch "Lai-Lai" and started operating on 1800 MHz frequency.
Currently Geocell covers 97% of the populated territory of Georgia and provides roaming services in 134 countries worldwide. The company employs more than 4000 people and is one of the largest contributors to the Georgian budget.
Since 2007 TeliaSonera is the owner of Geocell.
Since 2014 4G has been introduced to Georgia and is using 1800MHZ Also known as B3 Radio band.
- Geocell Limited provides communication services
- About Geocell
- Geocell the first GSM operator in Georgia
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