Sibirtelecom

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OJSC Sibirtelecom
Сибирьтелеком
Joint stock
Industry Telecommunications
Founded (1992)
Defunct April 1, 2011 (2011-04-01)
Headquarters Novosibirsk, Russia
Key people
Yevgeny Valeryevich Yurchenko, (Chairman)
Ivan V. Dadykin, (CEO)
Products Telecommunciations services
Internet services
Revenue Increase US$ 1.2 Billion (2008)
Website www.sibirtelecom.ru

Sibirtelecom (Russian: ОАО «Сибирьтелеком»), a subsidiary of Svyazinvest Holding Company, is a regional telecommunications and Internet service provider in Siberia. It is responsible for providing service to over 29% of Russia's territory.

History[edit]

The company was formed by the legal union of many regional service providers. Please see the list of subsidiaries below.

Sibirtelecom became part of Rostelecom on April 1, 2011, together with the seven other Svyazinvest regional telecommunications operators and OJSC Dagsvyazinform.

Operations[edit]

Telephony[edit]

Local telephony services; Long-distance and international telephony services; Cellular radio-telephone services; Mobile radio-telephone services; Mobile radio services; Paging services; Leasing channels and communication tracts; Telematic services; Data transfer services; Telegraphy services (reception, transmitting and delivery of telegrams); AT/Telex network services); Cable television services; Wire broadcasting services; Television and radio broadcasting services using transmitting apparatuses.

Internet[edit]

  • Broadband multi-service communication networks
  • Development of infrastructure of the Internet access
  • Intellectual communication networks
  • Cable television Networks
  • Internet – telephony
  • Services Development of the ISDN network

Related organizations[edit]

Regional subsidiaries:

External links[edit]