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MTN Cyprus launches Broadband-in-a-box

February 19, 2014 MTN Cyprus, the island's second biggest telco, has launched a flexible service, Broadband-in-a-box, allowing subscribers to enjoy unlimited internet at home, at a holiday home or anywhere else in the country, with high 3G+ speeds and without a fixed telephone line.

Customers simply plug the special Huawei device into a power socket which is available with a monthly or 24month contract at 29.90/month. It comes with a special device and a SIM card which allow easy and direct access to the Internet in just few hours after the purchase of the service.

MTN Cyprus , a wholly-owned subsidiary of the South Africa-based MTN Group, has embarked on an aggressive expansion plan with the aim of reaching state-owned Cyta, both in fixed line and mobile services.

The yellow-label company operates 18 ??? Stores throughout Cyprus and has recently introduced a pilot 'MTN Business' centre in Nicosia aimed at corporate customers. It employs 400 people and is the main sponsor of local football champs APOEL FC.

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Source: Financial Mirror (Cyprus)

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