Cellhire, the international mobile solutions specialist, has added another major network to its global coverage. A partnership with Russian network MegaFon adds to Cellhire’s global presence and continued growth and expansion in to the region following the opening of its Russian office in 2012.
Cellhire Russia offers both corporate and consumer telecoms solutions to the region, including local support, with a product portfolio of local and international voice, data and smartphone solutions. Prepaid products are available for those travelling to and from Russia with competitive services offered for both Europe and the rest of the world.
Bogdanova Nadejda, Senior Development Manager of Small and Medium Business at Stolichny branch MegaFon says: “MegaFon is delighted to be partnering with Cellhire and working with them in the run up to a number of major sporting events taking place in Russia in 2013/14 and beyond. The unique offers we have with Cellhire have put us in an excellent position to maximise the inbound opportunities coming to our region in the near future.”
The partnership enables Cellhire to offer local communications to sports teams and media groups as they prepare for high profile events in the region, including the World Athletics Championships and the G20 Summit in 2013 and the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014.
Martyn Stevens, International Business Development Director at Cellhire says, “Our expansion into Russia comes at a crucial time for the region when many major world events are using Russia as their venue. Our unique partnership with MegaFon has allowed us to deliver the very best offers to our existing customers and to those that are making plans now for upcoming events”.
The unique agreement with MegaFon has enabled Cellhire to offer very competitive rates in the region whilst maintaining its high standards of customer service. Cellhire’s global customer base is now supported by its Moscow office, delivering unrivalled levels of international telecoms service for upcoming global events in the region and to multinationals based in Russia.