Chronology of the development of Telecoms in Cyprus
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Telecom Egypt and Cyta announce the signing of a Mediterranean cooperation agreement.
Cytamobile-Vodafone introduces International Mobile Roaming at sea.
Cytamobile-Vodafone introduces in-flight International Mobile Roaming.
Cytamobile-Vodafone introduces Bulk MMS for business customers.
Cyta and the Syrian Telecommunications Establishment (STE) forge a strategic alliance to upgrade the UGARIT submarine cable system between Cyprus and Syria.
Cyta and the Lebanese telecommunications organisation OGERO forge a strategic alliance to upgrade the CADMOS submarine cable system between Cyprus and Lebanon.
In collaboration with Microsoft, Cytanet introduces Message Box, via which all messages may be sent, received and stored in a unified space.
The largest wireless Internet access network, based on Wi-Fi technology, is installed in the CUT (Cyprus University of Technology) area of Limassol.
Cyprus reinforces its reputation as a regional telecommunications hub with the operation of the ALEXANDROS submarine cable system.
Cytamobile-Vodafone introduces its new MyGroups rewards scheme which lets customers create or join groups of 3 to 50 people in order to enjoy various benefits.
Cyta upgrades its Cytavision platform to provide interactive television (IPTV) in collaboration with Alcatel-Lucent under the MiView TV brand.
The new TELMAR submarine cable system linking Israel and France is brought into operation by Cyta and Mednautilus.
A new Cytashop opens in Onasagorou Street, Nicosia.
Cyta introduces its new Broadband Telephony Business service to its business customers, enabling company telephone systems to be hosted on an infrastructure developed by Cyta itself.
Cyta Hellas is launched commercially in the Attica prefecture in Greece.
Cytavision and LTV collaborate on two High Definition channels.
Cytamobile-Vodafone launches soeasy TXTers for soeasy pay as you go customers who communicate mainly via text (SMS) messages.
Cyta enters into a partnership with the Telefone chain of stores.
Cytamobile-Vodafone introduces its new service Split Bill for Companies.
Cytavision adds the No. 1 children’s channel, Disney Channel, to its bouquet.
A Wi-Fi network is installed and the Cytanet wireless zone comes into operation along the length of the Phinikoudes seafront promenade in Larnaca.
Cyta andTelecom Italia Sparkle, via the latter’s Mednautilus Mediterranean business unit, announce their agreement to construct the first submarine cable ring linking Cyprus and Greece.
The ALEXANDROS cable system linking Cyrus and Egypt comes ashore in Egypt.
Cyta celebrates the 50th anniversary of its establishment.
Unification of DSL Access and NetRunner broadband products and making the new product available to Cytanet customers under the Internet name.
Cyta offers fast and easy searching for the Wi-Fi Ηotspots of the Cytanet Wireless Zone with Google Maps.
Introduction of WebTMA for the management and maintenance of hotel industry installations, buildings and equipment.
Cytamobile-Vodafone introduces the innovative MakeYourOwn plan for pay monthly customers, by which each customer can draw up his/her own plan.
Cyta introduces Powersoft365 Accounting.
Cyta expands its Social Networks presence through two Twitter accounts: @cytacyprus and @cytasupport.
A new Welcome Tones service is introduced by Cytamobile-Vodafone.
Agreement is reached between Cyta and Nova for Cytavision to carry the Νovacinema and Novasports channels.
An agreement is signed between Cyta and the Lebanese Ministry of Telecommunications on the construction of the new EUROPA fibre optic submarine cable system between Cyprus and Lebanon.
Access to Cytanet and Cytavision broadband services is made possible without the need for fixed telephony.
Introduction of Infocredit services from Cyta to reduce precarity in businesses.
Introduction of Hosted Microsoft Dynamics CRM in conjunction with Microsoft and Dot.Cy.
Cyta’s network in Greece is expanded to the Peloponnese.
Introduction of Cisco WebEx, in conjunction with Cisco and Logicom Solutions, which enables cost reduction and facilitates online meetings instead of face-to-face meetings.
Introduction of the GPS Fleet Tracking and Telematics System under the commercial name Fleet Vision in conjunction with Mantis (Cyprus) Ltd.