[size=36]Free gigs and low cost.. The Minister of Communications announces the launch of subsidized internet service[/size]
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, Minister of Communications Hayam Al-Yasiri announced, on Saturday, the launch of subsidized internet service, starting from next February 1, while specifying the reasons for the current poor service in the country.
Al-Yasiri said during a press conference held in Baghdad, which was attended by Mawazine News, that "the subsidized subscription provides 10 free gigabytes for each family," noting that "the launch of the subsidized subscription comes as support for needy families."
She added, "We will provide 10 free cakes to joint families, and the price of 100 cakes is 15,000 dinars at a very high speed, renewable, and the citizen can determine his need for Internet service."
And she indicated that "the subsidized subscription service will be launched on February 1, and the ministry will provide a special application to measure capacity and speed, and receive notifications or renewal in the event that the subscription runs out."
And she continued, "The previous service of the companies remains, and the citizen has a choice between the current subscription or the subsidized subscription, and the agent cannot force him to any subscription," calling on citizens to "contact the complaints numbers to hold the agents accountable and make the subsidized subscription successful."
And she stressed, "The subsidized subscription addresses the poor service provided to citizens," noting that "the reasons for poor service are due to the participation of more than one subscriber in a specific capacity and the merging of the subscriptions of several homes with one subscription."
And she continued, "The poor service is also due to the presence of a large number of unlicensed companies that exceed 100, and we do not have any contracts with them to hold them accountable," explaining that "the subsidized subscription dealt with high prices and Internet smuggling."
Al-Yasiri concluded by saying: "The process of merging subscriptions into a subsidized subscription is not possible." Ended 29 / H