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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Russian Internet Providers Will Enter the DNR Market in 2016

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Today, DNR Minister of Communications Viktor Yatsenko announced at a press conference that Russian ISP providers would enter the domestic market next year:

Next year, we plan to start buying traffic from the Russian Federation. Ukrainian providers would remain in the Republic, but the price of Ukrainian ISP services has grown considerably. The Ukraine officially increased prices on internet traffic by 17 percent. This meant that the price rose to our operators, as we buy all internet access directly from the Ukraine. However, consumer internet access is much cheaper in the DNR than in the Ukraine. Access to services at speeds of 100 megabits per second is no more than 400 Roubles (41 Renminbi. 418 INR. 6.50 USD. 8.40 CAD. 9 AUD. 5.70 Euros. 4.20 UK Pounds), whereas, for example, in Kharkov, the price of this package is 250 Grivnya (732 Roubles. 75 Renminbi. 765 INR. 11.75 USD. 15.30 CAD. 16.40 AUD. 10.50 Euros. 7.70 UK Pounds), and 200 Grivnya (586 Roubles. 60 Renminbi. 612 INR. 9.40 USD. 12.25 CAD. 13 AUD. 8.40 Euros. 6.20 UK Pounds) in Dnepropetrovsk.

6 October 2015

DAN Donetsk News Agency



Sunday, 12 January 2014

12 January 2014. Sergei Yolkin’s World. The Internet was Here… But Now It’s Not

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The Internet was Here… But Now It’s Not

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The internet, in its now-familiar global iteration, might disappear in 2014, replaced by dozens of individual national networks with limited access to foreign resources. Sergei Yolkin gives us a picture of that…

12 December 2013

Sergei Yolkin



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Tuesday, 2 July 2013

2 July 2013. Sergei Yolkin’s World. Juicy Scandal, American-Style

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Juicy Scandal, American-Style

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The American media reported that the NSA and FBI have direct access to the central servers of the leading internet service providers, but the ISPs deny it. Sergei Yolkin gives us his take on it all.

1 July 2013

Sergei Yolkin



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