Taliya Communications

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Industry Telecommunications
Founded May 24, 2005
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Products Prepaid mobile phones
Parent Rafsanjan Industrial Complex
Website Official website

Taliya is the first independent privately held pre-paid mobile network in Iran, which was established in 2004.


Using software and hardware technologies produced by Siemens, Alcatel and Ericsson as well as a consultant namely Tele2, Taliya started its activity in 2004 as the first pre-paid cell phones independent network.


Taliya is the first provider of pre-paid SIM cards in Iran. The Facilities of Taliya SIM cards include making calls and sending and receiving short messages.

Taliya Cards[edit]

Taliya has produced some credit charges in various colors, each signifying a specific amount of charge for the customers interested in physical charge cards. Taliya charge cards may be obtained from Taliya stores and Taliya Customer Centers as well as stores and kiosks.

Electronic Charge Cards[edit]

To facilitate access to Taliya credits, Taliya provides electronic pre-paid charges, which are readily accessible via bank and Credit Institutions' ATMs, POS, Web Kiosks, Websites and Vending Machines.[1]


  1. ^ "Telecoms And Technology Forecast", Economist Intelligence Unit