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2008-09-29 09:00:25

"COMSTAR - United TeleSystems" JSC ("Comstar" or "the Group") (LSE:CMST), the largest integrated telecommunications provider in Moscow and 67 Russian cities, has introduced new speed tariff plans, allowing for the data transmission speed of up to 20 Megabits per second, and fully launched 'STREAM' branded High-Definition Television ("HDTV") services in Moscow in the modernized parts of the MGTS network. The offering of broadband internet access with the data transmission speed of 20...

2008-09-04 03:00:11

"COMSTAR - United TeleSystems" JSC ("Comstar" or "the Group") (LSE: CMST), the leading integrated telecommunications operator in Russia and the CIS, today announced that it has commenced the integration of the regional operators of STREAM-TV Group, which is owned by Sistema Mass Media ("SMM"), and providing cable TV and broadband internet access services in 40 Russian cities with a combined population of over 15 million people. Comstar is taking over the management STREAM-TV Group, which...

2008-07-07 06:00:09

"COMSTAR - United TeleSystems" JSC ("Comstar" or "the Group") (LSE:CMST), the leading integrated telecommunications operator in Russia and the CIS, today announced the acquisition of a 100% stake in LLC "Strategy", the owner of 100% of the share capital of CJSC Ural Telephone Company ("UTC"), the number one alternative telecommunications operator in Ekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk region(1), for a total cash consideration of RUB 1.015 billion (approximately US$ 43.4 million(2)). The Company...


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Cthulhu
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