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New Kazakh quality requirements could speed up internet services

Friday 2 April 2021 | 14:07 CET | News
Kazakhstan operators will be obliged to provide internet services at the minimum allowed speed, reports Profit.kz. The indicator will amount to 1 Gbps on 3G networks, 5 Mbps on LTE networks, it will total at least 70 percent of the advertised speed under a certain tariff plan on fixed networks. It is expected that the changes could lead to an increase in internet rates by up to 20 percent.

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