The leading mobile operator has installed 57 new base stations

in different regions of the country

Azercell, which started a large-scale project on the modernization and expansion of its network in August of this year, continues the work in this direction.

Having successfully completed the next stage of the project, the company installed 38 new base stations in Baku and Absheron, and 19 in the regions, and carried out improvement works in more than 900 base stations across the country.

The newly installed base stations covered Goycay, Astara, Agdash, Gusar, Yardimli, Kurdamir, Ismayilli, Sheki, Shabran and Gabala zones.

As a result of the measures taken and the increase in network capacity, a 30% increase in the volume of internet traffic was observed in the third quarter of the current year compared to the corresponding period of the previous year.

Azercell, considering the expansion of quality mobile communication network in the liberated lands as a priority, introduced 3 new base stations in these areas and carried out improvement works in about 60 base stations.

It should be noted that more than 90 Azercell base stations operate in Karabakh, which has been liberated from occupation, and the Azercell network covers Shusha, Aghdam, Fuzuli, Jabrayil, Zangilan, Gubadli and Kalbajar districts, Istisu, Hadrut, Sugovushan settlements, as well as Khojavend and other districts. covers his villages with his own network.

In Lachin region alone, the mobile operator has installed more than 10 base stations and provides mobile communication services in Zabux, Sus, as well as other villages.

In parallel, Azercell continues to apply "green" technologies in order to protect the environment in Karabakh and plans to commission 35 base stations based on solar energy in these areas by the end of 2023.

Two of the "green" stations have already been commissioned in Gubadli and Jabrayil.