Kyivstar – mobile operator No.1 and one of the best brands in Ukraine

 

The company's history started back in 1994, and on December 9, 1997, the first call in Kyivstar mobile network was made.

Kyivstar today

 

The largest Ukrainian telecommunication operator providing communications and data services based on a broad range of mobile and fixed-line technologies, including 4G. Company's customer base amounts to over 26 million in mobile and around 820 thousand in broadband internet.

Kyivstar is a part of VEON, one of the world's largest integrated telecommunications companies, headquartered in Netherlands. The holding company owns telecom assets in the CIS countries, Europe, Asia, and Africa, and its shares are freely traded on the stock exchange (NASDAQ).

Kyivstar has achieved big success thanks to investment into development of its own fiber-optic network which is an important link in the traffic exchange between Europe and Asia, and it is a reliable partner of Ukrainians in the connection with the other countries of the world. The company provides roaming services in 195 countries on 5 continents.

20 years of operation on the territory of Ukraine

 

Kyivstar has been developing the technical infrastructure of telecom-market and has been faithfully performing its obligations to the country and the society. For many years the company has been the largest taxpayer to the state budget of Ukraine among the companies in the sector of transport and communications, as well as one of the best employers and most socially responsible business entities.

Kyivstar was the first company to provide the best telecommunications services of European markets for Ukrainian subscribers. For instance, in 1998 the company was the first to suggest SMS service to subscribers, and in 2000 – was the first to start providing access to internet by WAP. After that Kyivstar was the first to massively introduce packet tariff plans with no charge for minutes and to cancel megabyte billing of internet in the most of the tariff plans.

The company was the first among telecommunications operators of Ukraine to fully upgrade switched network to prepare for high-speed mobile data transmission technologies.