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MTS inaugurates ADSL service in Minsk

17 Jul 2012

Mobile operator MTS Belarus, a joint venture between Russian giant Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) and the Belarusian government, has launched a fixed internet service in the capital Minsk, using ADSL technology. The cellco’s web site says it is offering two tariffs for residential users: an ‘ASDL 1’ pack (up to 1Mbps downlink) costs BYR59,400 (USD7.17) per month, with the faster ‘ADSL 2’ (2Mbps) service costing BYR88,000.

MTS Belarus also offers Ethernet connectivity in the capital, with symmetrical access speeds ranging from 5Mbps to 50Mbps and monthly charges of between BYR100,000 and BYR400,000.

Belarus, MTS Belarus

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