Our Operations

How We Do It

Vivacell Armenia

Vivacell Armenia Is An Outstanding Success Story For MDIC. The Operation Was Launched In 2005, Became The Market Leader In Less Than Six Months, And In Just Two Years Managed To Cross The One-Million Subscriber Mark With More Than 65% Market Share. 
MDIC Launched Vivacell Operations In A Monopoly Market.  By Assigning To Vivacell A Full Management Team, Along With Several Experts, We Built The Entire Organization Through The Recruitment And Training Of Local Staff.   Today, Vivacell Is One Of Armenia’s Leaders In The Provision Of Mobile Broadband Services, With Emphasis Upon Excellent, Far-Reaching Network Coverage Coupled With An Exemplary Role In Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).  
MDIC Continues To Manage Vivacell MTS Operations After MTS, The Leading Russian Operator, Acquired An 80% Share In September 2007.  In 2013, Vivacell MTS Began Offering LTE Services And Managed A Subscription Of More Than 2.2 Million With A Market Share Close To 70% In A Competitive Three-Operator Market.


 

Vivacell South Sudan

Starting A Sixth Mobile Operator In South Sudan In 2008 Was Considered Mission Impossible Due To The Lack Of Basic Infrastructure Following 20 Years Of Civil War, The Scarcity Of Resources, And The Fierce Competition With Other Operators. MDIC, However, Took On The Challenge.  
Vivacell Went Live In Late 2008. Since Then, It Has Gained Brand Recognition Throughout South Sudan, Improved Telecommunication Services In All Areas It Covered, Achieved A Total Subscriber Base Close To One Million And Has Employed Over 300 Workers, The Majority Of Whom Are South Sudanese.  
MDIC Focused On Creating Value And Serving Clients, Coupled With Our Deep Understanding Of Local Market Needs, Our Proven Methodology, And Our Solid Experience In Launching Networks In Challenging Markets, Vivacell’s Became An Outstanding Success In South Sudan. 
MDIC Continues To Expand Vivacell's Network, Introducing Tailor-Made Products And Services, And Establishing A Centralized Call Center With Trained Staff.


 

Karabakh Telecom

Following The 2001 Takeover Of Karabakh Telecom (KT), MDIC Was Given The Task Of Rebuilding The Company, Restoring Much-Need Telecom Services, And Building A Mobile Network.  MDIC Managed The Entire Turnaround Of The Company, Performing A Full Restructuring Exercise And Deploying A State Of The Art Mobile Network.  
By 2013, KT, Now A Fixed, Mobile And ISP Operator, Provided Services To More Than 100,000 Customers Representing More Than 70% Market Penetration. Its Network Covered More Than 95% Of The Population And Its Technology Provided Customers With Triple Play Services Based On A Mix Of Fixed, Mobile, And Internet Services.