Estonian home communication solutions company Starman expanded its product portfolio as of Monday and started selling electric energy, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
The company said that it aims to become the second biggest electricity seller in Estonia in regard to number of customers. Starman has said earlier that it intends to start selling electricity to small and home consumers and does not intend to start selling electric energy to corporate clients.
Since Starman is a telecommunications company, it intends to start selling electric energy via its existing sales channels – centres in Tallinn, Jõhvi and Tartu, the call centre and self-service environment. Contracts will be concluded via e–mail and ordinary mail.
Starman's telecommunications services reach more than 560,000 homes in Estonia.