November 25, 2019

MTS announced the sale of a 100% stake in Vodafone Ukraine to Bakcell, an Azerbaijani company.

MTS Ukraine is eyeing to another mobile service provider
MTS Ukraine is eyeing to another mobile service provider

14 January 2016

MTS Ukraine (now operating under Vodafone brand) reached an agreement with “Ukrtelekom” to buy its 3G-operator brand “Trimob” that belongs to Rinat Akhmetov. The closing of the transaction is planned during 1H 2016. The first negotiations to buy Trimob back in 2011 produced a UAH 3 billion price tag as was requested by “Ukrtelekom”. Current price is somewhat different - some sources speculate around USD 100 million.

27 June 2015

The Turkish telecommunication company Turkcell signed an agreement on purchasing 44.96% of shares of the Ukrainian SCM Group in the Eurasia Telecommunications Holding BV (Netherlands), which owns 100% of the LLCAstelit - the Ukrainian mobile network operator life:).

April 6, 2015

MTS Ukraine announced signing of an agreement on selling a part of its fixed business to the operator Vega (Farlep Invest PJSC), which is a part of SCM holding of Rinat Akhmetov.

February 3, 2015

Russian Pervy Kanal withdrew its share from the TV channel Inter. According to the notification of Group DF, the company GDF Media and its affiliate Inter Media Group purchased minority blocks of shares from their partners - 29% of shares which belonged to Pervy Kanal JSC (RF) and 10% from the company Pegas Televideniye, which was owned by the widow of the founder of Inter Igor Pluzhnikov. This information was announced in the notification of Group DF.

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