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Scartel LLC


Russian WiMax-operator (Yota brand). The company was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Moscow. Scartel LLC operates as a subsidiary of WiMAX Holding Ltd. Provides high-speed mobile 4G wireless broadband Internet access services via worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMax) technology.

Yota claims to provide 4G services to more than 700,000 customers across five cities in Russia: Moscow, St Petersburg, Sochi, Krasnodar and Ufa.

It offers wireless Internet access through various mobile WiMax devices, including 4G modems, express cards, HTC Max 4G handsets, and mobile WiMax/Wi-Fi routers, as well as notebooks with built-in Mobile WiMax module. The company also provides licensed music tracks; a catalog of licensed films, music videos, trailers, and cartoons; and online TV channels on mobile devices in free access.

The first quarter 2011 revenue of the Scartel was up 0,6% compared to the 4 quarter 2010, reaching 1.091 billion roubles. The company's EBITDA, or earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, in the five cities of operations rose 37% to 226 million roubles.

Rusakovskaya street, 13
Moscow, 107140

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