MTS Increases Stake in Gulfstream to 100%

June 1, 2023
MOSCOW, Russia – Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock Company (“MTS” or “the Company”) (MOEX: MTSS), a digital ecosystem, leading provider of digital and media services and Russia’s largest mobile operator, announces the acquisition of a 41.62% stake in Gulfstream Security Systems JSC, Russia’s largest provider of security services and smart home solutions for individuals and businesses, as well the completion of the reorganization of its Smart Home business vertical.

MTS acquired a 58.38% stake in Gulfstream Security Systems in April 2022. As a result of the latest deal, MTS increased its stake in the company to 100%. MTS also completed the reorganization of its Smart Home business vertical in order to consolidate Gulfstream Group’s assets and projects related to security and integration of digital systems for home and office management within MTS Smart Home LLC. The former owner of Gulfstream Security Systems JSC, Veniamin Pisman, became a minority shareholder and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of MTS Smart Home LLC.
About Gulfstream
Founded in 1994, Gulfstream Security Systems JSC is now one of the leaders in the Russian security market, offering comprehensive safeguard services for residential and commercial real estate. It provides monitoring services in more than 200 Russian cities under the Gulfstream brand and has 360 response partners. Its subscriber base includes 85 thousand customers.

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For further information, please contact in Moscow:
Investor Relations Department
Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock Company
Tel: +7 495 223 2025
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Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock Company (“MTS” – MOEX: MTSS) is Russia’s ecosystem providing network-native digital services and largest mobile operator. The company offers a full range of solutions for consumers and business customers across wireless and wireline connectivity; over-the-top, linear, and satellite television; digital-first banking and financial services; as well as unified communications, cloud computing and IoT. There are more than 88 million mobile subscribers using MTS services across the company’s operations in Russia, Armenia, and Belarus, including around 80 million subscribers in Russia alone. In addition, MTS has a nationwide network of around 5,400 owned and franchised retail outlets in Russia, and provides nearly 10 million clients with broadband, TV, and/or fixed-line telephone connectivity, over 11 million users – with OTT and pay TV services. The number of ecosystem clients exceeds 13,5 million. MTS’s shares are listed on the Moscow Exchange under the ticker MTSS. For more information, please visit the company’s Investor Relations website at
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