Ericsson wins GSM deal with Turkish Aycell

Ericsson and Aycell have signed an agreement for expansion of the Turkish operator’s GSM mobile network in seven major cities. The agreement covers a three year period and is valued at Euro 55 million.

Aycell is a wholly owned subsidiary of Turkish Telekom. Established in October 2001, Aycell is the fourth GSM 1800 operator to enter the highly competitive Turkish mobile market.

“The agreement confirms the very good cooperation between our companies, which began when Aycell was first established. The new agreement is also an affirmation of Ericsson’s leading technology and services in Turkey’s highly competitive mobile market,” said Cem Agaoglu, Vice President and Account Executive for Turk Telecom and Aycell account at Ericsson in Turkey.

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