Media reports that Moscow has increased prices for Internet access at home. This applies to providers MGTS, Rostelecom and Akado, whose prices have increased by an average of 10%. The publication “Vedomosti” reports that this is due to the increase in the cost of maintaining the infrastructure of communication networks.
As noted, one of the MGTS fares has increased from 570 to 625 rubles (about 10%). Prices increased by an average of 60 rubles, the increase affected about 20% of users. In Akado, prices also increased by about 10% – from 531 to 581 rubles.
So far, the price increase has only affected users in Moscow and the Moscow region, but other regions may soon be affected as well. The fact is that MTS, Rostelecom, ER-telecom, Beeline, Transtelecom providers are spread all over the country, which means that prices will also increase there.❗️ Fake Escape From Tarkov has been released on Steam
Source: VG Times
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