From 1 February in neighboring Ukraine is expected to scale higher tariffs for mobile communications and the Internet. About it reports “RIA Novosti” with reference to local sources.
Part of the rates of charge for citizens of Ukraine — we are talking about the tariffs for mobile communications. In particular, wishing to discuss your case by phone from February it will cost more. As the newspaper notes, one of the two titans of the mobile market — Kyivstar — to increase the tariffs in average by 25%. In addition, the operator terminates a contract tariff plans “All 40, All over 70, All over 120, All for 95” and “All for 150” and automatically translates their subscribers on plans “All for 65, All 90, All for $ 125, All for 110” and “All for 175”.
In turn, the main competitor to Kyivstar — Ukraine Vodafone (former MTS Ukraine) announced about increasing the value of the ruler of tariffs for the use of the Internet 3G CDMA an average of 15 UAH per month. The price of the cheapest tariff — 3G connect 25 — will grow from 25 to 35 USD. In addition, to change the terms of several packages that were launched before the crisis. Thus, the cost of service connection “year without a subscription fee” will increase from 128 to 200 hryvnia per month. And for calls to numbers of other operators will have to pay 50 cents instead of the current 35 per minute.
Those who dare go to free messengers like WhatsApp or Viber too, will not be easy. One of the monopoly of the Internet market in the capital of Ukraine — the provider “Will”, which is also the largest service of cable TV, said about the increase of subscription fees for telecommunications services by an average of 6%.
It is noted that over the past year in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev housing, water, electricity, gas has risen 49.9%. In General during the year the tariffs for water supply in Kiev has increased by 57.6%, tariffs for hot water and heating in particular — in 1.2 times, the tariffs for electricity — 60%. A similar situation is observed in Ukraine. “Rates broke all records imaginable,” the paper concludes.