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1997–2007 1998 (proposed) 2007–2012 2012–2015 2015–present
1997–2007 1998 (proposed) 2007–2012 2012–2015 2015–present

Kyivstar is the largest mobile operator in Ukraine by subscribers. It is a subsidiary of VEON, in which Telenor owns a 14.8% stake; Telenor owned a larger stake (43%) directly in Kyivstar until 2017.

1997–2007

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In 1994 Igor Lytovchenko founded a mobile operator called Kyivstar[1]. The Kyivstar GSM registred in 1997[2], since the company was a subsidiary of VimpelCom (now VEON), so their logos were similar.

1998 (proposed)

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In 1998 there was a proposal of renaming the company to Bridge, because the company worked in whole Ukraine, not only in Kyiv, but renaming was cancelled[3]

2007–2015

2007–2012

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In 2007 Kyivstar rebranded. The star was altered a bit and became 3D. That year Kyivstar became the most expansive brand of Ukraine[4].

2012–2015

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In 2012 logo was modified. The star was placed in a square with rounded corners.

2015–present

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In 28 May 2015, Kyivstar rebranded again along with the introduction of new 3G tariffs, with the new logo made by Saffron[5].

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