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Until this purchase, MTS was presented at the fixed telephony market through its subsidiary Moscow City Telephone Network (MGTS), which at 2013 served more than 4.4 million subscribers in Moscow and Moscow Oblast.
On November 2013, the company has launched the "Home phone MTS" in Ryazan, Oryol, Kirov, Krasnodar, Rostov-on-Don and Yekaterinburg.
During 2012-2013, MTS deployed FTTB network in nearly twenty new cities of the Far East, Siberia, Central, Volga and Ural federal districts.
In 2012, MTS launched in all the cities where the DTV signal standard DVB-C, and in December 2013 a project to provide fixed telephony services to the mass market in the regions.
In July 2012, authorities in Uzbekistan announced the suspension of the operating license of MTS's subsidiary Uzdunrobita.
Officials argued MTS-Uzbekistan has been responsible for a series of technical violations, and its operations have been suspended beginning on the evening of July 17.
In May 2006, MTS changed their logo as a part of rebranding campaign performed by their parent company, JSFC Sistema.
Prior to that, in several cities such services are also provided by Comstar, a subsidiary of MTS.
According to the MTS, the suspension could affect millions of Uzbek mobile phone users.
An MTS statement said the firm has some 10 million clients among Uzbekistan’s population of 28 million.
Uzdunrobita was the largest mobile phone operator in Uzbekistan in the 1990s and 2000s.
Uzdunrobita was founded in 1991, as a joint venture between a group of American investors, the International Communications Group, with a 45% stake; and the government of what was then the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, with a 55% stake.
The subscription fee for the wired telephone is 100 rubles.