Kazakhstan to Cut CDMA Service Rates

The Kazakhstan government announced that it plans to reduce the monthly subscription cost of internet services over the CDMA EV-DO technology in rural areas. The rate will be reduced from 1 January 2014 by 35 percent. The rates under two current tariffs will drop from KZT 2,000 to KZT 1,300 and from KZT 4,000 to KZT 2,600, respectively. The national operator Kazakhtelecom has already reduced the cost of internet over CDMA EV-DO and raised the speed without price increase for subscribers in rural areas earlier this year. 

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