You will need
- - a contract for the provision of services;
- - copy of the passport of the citizen of the Russian Federation;
- - old modem Yota.
Change of the communication standard will affect the five cities: Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Ufa, Krasnodar and Sochi. To exchange old equipment for LTE modems you have time until September 2012, when the WiMAX service will be fully disabled. In addition, you must fulfill a number of conditions.
First, you need to be an active user of the operator Yota. What this means, employees of the company did not officially comment. But on different forums discussing Yota and exchange conditions in particular States that for this to be active is one of the subscription plans. That is, if you for some reason have not paid for the use of the services or Yota has decided to suspend them in person to exchange the modem you can't.
To exchange the modem come into the office operator Yota. At itself it is necessary to have a copy of the contract on the provision of services, a copy of the passport of the citizen of the Russian Federation and the old WiMAX modem Yota.
Write a statement to the exchange equipment. We will review it and will notify you of the decision. To pick up new equipment you should own.
The cost of the exchange services (provided in exchange for a similar cost modem) – 1 ruble. The full rules it is best to know in the office Yota, as the agreement allows the operator to modify them unilaterally. If you change modem for better and more expensive model, you will need to pay the difference in cost.
You can also change the old modem Yota any format of communications (WiMAX or LTE) and connection method (USB, PC-express) for a new one. In this case you need to go to the dealer. Write a statement, submit an old (working) modem. You will have to pay the difference in price with the new modem.
About other methods of sharing you can learn from the news on the official website Yota in Russia, or by calling the call center 8-800-700-55-00. Toll free from all devices mobile and stationary communication.