Internet in Roaming
Beeline will activate free internet package in roaming for Georgian citizens remaining in the EU countries, UK, Turkey and Ukraine due to the closed borders
Beeline, the member of the international group Veon supports users who cannot return to Georgia due to the closure of borders in the EU countries, the UK, Turkey and Ukraine and donates mobile internet for free Access in order to ensure uninterrupted communication.
According to the World Health Organization, Europe is at the moment the epicenter of the new coronavirus outbreak, leaving many countries’ borders closed. Beeline users, whose return to Georgia from the European Union countries, Great Britain, Turkey and Ukraine have been delayed, will automatically be donated gigabytes for roaming. Users have been notified by SMS. Roaming users are also free to contact Beeline Call Center: (+995 32) 2 200 611
As soon as COVID-19 was discovered in Europe, Beeline began taking precautionary measures and is still active today. For security reasons, the company closed stores at Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi airports until April 1 and introduced the full remote-mode operation for its head office. Beeline subscribers can make free calls to the hotlines of the Ministry of Health and the Center for Disease Control. Users can access any Beeline service remotely through the MyBeeline app and the Beeline website.