Bakcell launches beneficial roaming campaign

Bakcell, the first mobile operator and leading mobile internet provider of Azerbaijan, continues to offer a wide range of products to modern mobile communication users, according to the press release of the company.

Bakcell, the provider of the class-leading 3G mobile internet experience in the country under the Sur@ brand name, is pleased to announce a new exclusive campaign. An exclusive offer for those who are planning to travel and have a rest abroad. Bakcell, the First Mobile Operator of Azerbaijan launches a revolutionary campaign.

Holding out a Roaming offer which has never been made before to its subscribers Bakcell keeps being first in everything. Starting from August 10, our every subscriber leaving the country will talk in all directions only for 0.79 AZN. This unique tariff (also applicable to the usage of GPRS) will be active only until September 30. Moreover, the campaign offers a special price for SMS. Thus, while Roaming, one SMS will cost only 0.19 AZN.

For joining the campaign you should dial *130#YES. The activation of the campaign for KLASS and GOLD subscribers is free of charge, for CIN subscribers - 0.79 AZN. To unsubscribe from the campaign you need to dial *130#0#YES. Bakcell network covers more than 99% of the population and 92% of the country's territory (except occupied territories).

Bakcell is the leader in innovation and focuses on bringing the best of mobile internet to Azerbaijanis through new partnerships and its Sür@ services. With 257 retail outlets and 7 Customer Service Centers operating 24x7 Bakcell provides the best customer experience to its customers.

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