Internet much cheaper in Russia in 2015




Tariffs for connection to the Internet this year could significantly decrease due to the entry into force on 1 January of the new requirements to the order of entry into operation of communication networks. It is reported by RG .


According to the publication, according to new requirements of the compulsory examination of projects for laying new lines replaced by a simple notification, which greatly simplify the start-up of communication facilities. The new approach will reduce costs and make the connection to the Internet more accessible to subscribers. In addition, it will be easier to make a complaint to the telecom operators who provide their customers a range of services (Internet access, TV, telephone and so on).

Prior to that, for each type of communication had their “laws”, but many companies are already a few years ago got a license for the provision of mobile and fixed-line subscribers and offer a large number of mixed services. In new common rules spelled out all the details, among other things, there was an item on the compulsory preliminary informing subscribers about tariff changes through SMS.

In the new rules passed and some of the old requirements. Such that all operators are obliged to protect the confidentiality of telephone conversations. For information about the negotiations can be provided only to subscribers or their authorized representatives, as well as by the court or in the conduct of investigations. In case of an emergency operators are required to notify their customers about it either through via SMS, or by using an audio message. The operator must ensure free call emergency services to each subscriber through a single service emergency services ..

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