Source Pravda.Ru

Bee Line stops servicing 1% of mobile subscribers

VimpelCom (Bee Line brand) has temporary stopped servicing about 1 percent of its subscribers, the press service of the company told RBC. Mainly its corporate clients are experiencing problems with communications. The company specified that the problems had been caused by the renewal of its billing system on March 9-10. As a result of these activities, some users received messages that their phones had been blocked for non-payment.

At present VimpelCom is unblocking corporate mobile users, the company stressed.

According to ACM-Consulting, the total number of Bee Line subscribers is some 6 million.

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