Telephone communication in Azerbaijan was established in 1881 by the Nobel Brothers’ Society with the construction of the first telephone line.
Through the years, important steps have been taken to establish communications in all cities and villages of the republic. In August 1992, Aztelecom Production Association was established on the basis of the Telephone Communications Production Association to provide a range of telecommunication services in all regions of the republic.
Given the need and desire of the population for the Internet in the regions, Aztelecom’s Internet service provider was established in 2004.
In order to ensure the comfort of the population, today Aztelecom LLC implements various projects and activities in the direction of providing broadband Internet services in the regions of the country, except for Baku city and Nakhchivan AR.
Currently, Aztelecom LLC combines 57 local telecommunications enterprises (including Ganja Telecommunications Center), International Automatic Telephone Exchange (IATE) and Cable Infrastructure Service Center (CISC) under its management.
In 2014, Aztelecom LLC was awarded the title of “Company of the Year in Communications and Information Technology” in a competition organized by the Consulting & Business magazine, and on 20 December 2018, at the international ‘Caspian Business Award 2018’ ceremony the company was given the award, the “Company of the Year Providing Quality Telecommunications Services”.
In 2019, Aztelecom LLC was granted ISO 9001:2015 certificate for the “Management and Sales Process of Telecommunication Services”.
Aztelecom LLC, the national telecommunications operator of the Republic of Azerbaijan, provides various communication services to individual and corporate customers, telecoms operators and other users. These services include fixed-line telephone, Internet services and telephone, Internet and digital TV services, as well as other telecommunication services provided using next generation GPON technologies.