The ISPs and Ministry of Communication

Post by Mark

Marzouq over at Z District has just posted a full account on the current internet situation in Kuwait. It’s a pretty long post but a very informative one. You can read it [Here]

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3 comments, add your own...

  1. TweeZ says:

    no matter where you go, you see the same hoe.

  2. 3azeez says:

    I’ll repeat what I said over there…

    People been complaining for a while about the ridiculous internet prices. Apparently the Ministry of Communications been planning to deal with this situation. The ISPs took first step to avoid any damage to their profits by keeping the prices as they are and adding data cap. So once MoC interfere with internet subscription prices, the ISPs will be able to maintain their current profits.

  3. Nate says:

    Internet reforms <– Not happening.

    When the price of vegetables were raised in Tunisia, people snapped the government's neck.

    When people are practically being cheated in broad daylight in Kuwait, they whine.

    I'm whining. What about you?

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