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Turkcell Superonline Provides Turkey's First Personal Cloud Service SuperDepo at an Upload Speed of 100 Mbps

ISTANBUL, December 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Turkcell Superonline, the 100% subsidiary of Turkcell (NYSE: TKC, ISE: TCELL), the leading communications and technology company in Turkey, announces the launch of SuperDepo (it literally means super personal storage) enabling users to upload all types of document on their computers, and view photos, videos or tables on their smartphones. Superonline Fiber Internet users are able to upload at a speed of 100Mbps on their computers, no matter how fast the Internet connection is, which makes it the fastest uploading service in Turkey. Besides, SuperDepo safely keeps such documents in folders and assures their computerized back up.

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SuperDepo allows users to store any kind of file in a secure manner, and to share these files on social media and access them from any location with an Internet connection. What's more, this service also increases the uploading speed for storage to 100Mbps, no matter what type of package the Fiber Internet subscriber has. Besides, the Internet traffic while using SuperDepo is not deducted from their fiber Internet quotas.  The files stored in the Turkcell Superonline data center can be accessed by computer, smartphone and tablet through a medium with the highest security and password protection, wherever an Internet connection is available. In addition, SuperDepo subscribers can share their own storage areas with 2 people by creating sub-users and allocate their storage capacity to them. A Fiber Internet subscriber who uses SuperDepo can upload a total of 50 photos with a size of 2MB, or else a video with a size of 100MB to the storage area in just 1 second.

On entering the http://www.superdepo.net website with a personal password, users can put an end to data loss by downloading the SuperDepo Online Backup application from the backup section for both Windows and Mac operating systems. The SuperDepo service also eliminates the risk of its subscribers losing their files. With reasonable monthly or yearly payment conditions, SuperDepo is accessible whenever and wherever from any device with an Internet connection; there is no need to carry external devices to ensure file safety.

ABOUT TURKCELL SUPERONLINE

Turkey's innovative telecom operator, Turkcell Superonline, continues its fiber optic infrastructure investments without any let up in speed. Turkcell Superonline is the one and only telecom operator to offer households internet connection at speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps. It offers its corporate and individual customers voice, data, broadband internet access, wholesale voice traffic, transmission, datacenter, cloud computing, and value added services. Read more at http://www.superonline.net

ABOUT TURKCELL

Turkcell is the leading communications and technology company in Turkey, with 34.5 million subscribers and a market share of approximately 53% based on March 31, 2012 results (Source: operators' announcements). Turkcell is a leading regional player, with market leadership in five of the nine countries in which it operates with its approximately 65.3 million subscribers as of March 31, 2012. The company covers approximately 88% of the Turkish population through its 3G and 99.13% through its 2G technology supported network. It has become one of the first among the global operators to have implemented HSDPA+ and achieved a 43.2 Mbps speed using the HSPA multi carrier solution. Turkcell reported a TRY2.4 billion (US$1.3 billion) net revenue with total assets of TRY17.2 billion (US$9.7 billion) as of March 31, 2012. It has been listed on the NYSE and the ISE since July 2000, and is the only NYSE-listed company in Turkey. Read more at http://www.turkcell.com.tr

For further information please contact Turkcell
Nihat Narin
Division Head of Investor and International
Media Relations
Tel: +90-212-313-1244
Email: [email protected]

Banu Uzgur
International Media Relations Manager
Tel: +90-212-313-1506
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]

You can now follow the most up-to-date Turkcell developments on twitter by clicking on the link below.

http://twitter.com/TurkcellNews

SOURCE Turkcell

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