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''VEON Armenia'' CJSC

«VEON Armenia» CJSC (trademark Beeline) is the largest telecommunication company in Armenia. The Company was established in March 1995 by the decision of the Ministry of Communications jointly with the American Company “Trans-World Telecom”.
«VEON Armenia» provides services of GSM 900/1800, 3G (UMTS) and 4G (LTE) standard mobile communication, fixed telephony as well as Internet access based on CDMA, ADSL and FTTB technologies under Beeline brand on the whole territory of Armenia.
Since 2007 Beeline has been consistently developing broadband internet access services by ADSL technology - Hi-Line, and in March, 2012 the company brought into commercial operation Internet access service by FTTB technology - Hi-Line Optic, the inhabitants of the city Gyumri were the first to whom the service became available. In 2008 «VEON Armenia» became the first Armenian mobile operator to launch 3G network. Beeline 3G network covers more than 350 Armenian settlements with population of more than 2,9 million. In 2016 Beeline started providing services of 4G network.
The company provides a wide range of services for corporate customers. In particular, for corporate problems solution «VEON Armenia» CJSC offers the companies to create data transfer corporate networks, using reliable Beeline CDN infrastructure with capacity of 1Gbit/sec.
As of the end of 2013 Yerevan urban telephone network was digitized for 100%. The countrywide digitalization index is 94%.
«VEON Armenia» CJSC (trademark Beeline) is the part of VEON, one of the world’s largest integrated telecommunications services operators. VEON includes communication companies providing voice communication and data transfer services on the basis of a wide range of wireless and fixed communications, as well as broadband Internet access. The company has more than 200 million subscribers in Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh and Pakistan. VEON provides services under the brands "Beeline", "Kyivstar», «Wind», «Mobilink», «Banglalink» and «Djezzy». For more information contact: www.veon.com.

Based inArmenia (Republic of)
ITU Global Directory''VEON Armenia'' CJSC
Websitehttps://www.beeline.am
CEO    
Andrey Pyatakhin
Andrey Pyatakhin was born in Lipetsk on 5 September 1975. In 1997 he graduated from Lipetsk State Technical University, and in 2006 –defended Candidate of Sciences dissertation. In 2007 Pyatakhin received MBA in  Management at American University of Business Administration. 
He started his professional activity in 1996 as a specialist at Marketing department, 4 years later he was appointed as a deputy chief of Lipetsk branch of Sotel cellular network.  Mr. Pyatakhin was hired by VimpleCom in 2001 as a commercial director of Lipetsk affiliate, in 2004—a commercial director of the Urals region. 
In 2005 he got the highest award of the company- “Brilliant bee.” From 2006 to the merge of VimpelCom and Golden Telecom, he was in charge of corporate sales in the Moscow region, and later- on the general corporate level. Later he was appointed as a director of corporate business development in the regions of Russia. In 2009 he became CEO of Beeline subsidiary in  Georgia, and on 15 December 2011—vice president and regional director of the Moscow region.