The Mobile World Congress was launched on February 25 in Barcelona, Spain. This prestigious event gathers leading mobile operators, IT companies and top telecommunication companies from all over the world. Azercell Telecom representatives have also joined the congress.
The four day long congress will look into major trends in the fast-pace developing market. As a tradition, the congress is also a primary platform for latest technologies, new ideas and initiatives. There will be over 40 sessions to discuss and exchange opinions on the future of mobile communication, application of new technologies and other topics. Panels will feature CEOs and experts of the world’s leading companies elaborating on existing challenges in mobile communication industry and explore various solutions. Interactive sessions will focus on mobile Internet, mobile entertainment, innovations in telecom, start-up projects and many other topics.
Azercell representatives join this congress every year to share the insights on the telecom sector development, successes and innovations in Azerbaijan.
The Mobile World Congress is held annually in February, in Barcelona. The Congress also hosts an exhibition that brings together leading brands in the mobile industry with their cutting-edge innovations. The exhibition features application of mobile technologies in healthcare, finance and banking, as well as in many other sectors. The exhibition attracts over 1500 participants every year.
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Azercell Telecom LLC was founded in 1996 and since the first years sustains a leading position on the market. Azercell introduced number of technological innovations in Azerbaijan: GSM technology, GPRS/EDGE, 24/7 Customer Care, full-time operating Azercell Express offices and others. With 53% share of Azerbaijan’s mobile market Azercell’s network covers 99,8% of the country’s population. By the end of 2012 the number of Azercell’s subscribers reached 4,4 million people. In 2011 Azercell deployed 3G and in 2012 4G networks in Azerbaijan.