The Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia has opened a case against Dalsvyaz

    Vedomosti is being told , and is being reprinted (this is useful, because the Vedomosti archive sometimes gets paid) interesting and pleasant news: FAS Russia began to deal with Dalsvyaz, which is suspected of maintaining monopolistically high prices for Internet access services, as well as in the establishment of different tariffs for the same service in the territory of the Far Eastern Federal District.

    FAS recognizes the company as the dominant Internet access market in the Primorsky, Khabarovsk and Kamchatka Territories, as well as in the Amur, Sakhalin and Magadan Regions. It has been established that tariffs for Internet access in the Kamchatka Territory are 350-1700% higher than in Moscow and St. Petersburg, and in the Sakhalin Oblast -250% higher than in other cities of the Far Eastern District, that is , 1800-5100% more than Moscow and St. Petersburg prices.

    Vedomosti cites (referring to the Dalsvyaz website) prices for unlimited Internet, ranging from 1899 rubles (for 100 kbit / s) to 5299 rubles (for 500 kbit / s) per month. For comparison, it is indicated that Moscow “Akado” subscribers pay from 100 rubles (for 800 kbit / s) to 700 rubles (for 16,000 kbit / s) per month.

    The trial is scheduled for April 5.

    Long-time readers of Habrahabr can easily notice that this case confidently continues that series of other cases against Svyazinvest’s RTOs, about whichI mentioned last September . Therefore, the FAS continues to rise in defense of the interests of the Russian national minority on the Internet .

    God help her.

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