The future option "lit up" not everywhere, for example, I did not find it in the "Around the World" tariff. Either they will be included in the “default” tariff, or they will not be connected to archive tariffs, or they have conceived something bad with the tariff itself. Let's not fantasize, we'll find out soon. Soon is when? I have no idea. But, logically, "the road is a spoon for dinner" and it is unreasonable to delay it until autumn.

Beeline and mobile personal account

We are talking about the new functionality of the My Beeline mobile application. It, dear, is constantly being finalized and overgrown with new functionality and small "useful things", which is good. Sometimes losing something useful in the process is bad. For example, after I don’t remember which iteration, the application stopped showing the date of the next charge of the subscriber for the Internet package. Now for the good news.

First, a little hack I noticed recently. I suspect that I'm not the only one so inattentive. Swipe left on the central black bar (it displays the balance) shows the rest of the Internet package and Happy Time bonuses. This is also available in the "Finance" section, but through unnecessary movements. Plus, you do not have to wait for all the information to be loaded, which can take up to several minutes on a slow connection. I am sure that more than half of users look into the mobile personal account only for basic information, and not to connect services or order a detailed report.

In the last (more precisely, now the penultimate) update, it became possible to see the rest of the traffic on postpaid corporate tariffs, this is important. Apparently, something went wrong and was corrected on June 26, do not forget to update.

Finally, subscriptions, damn it. Now they are visible in My Beeline, and, more importantly, they can be turned off directly from the application. Moreover, subscriptions are not only Beeline, but also third-party providers. That saves time, money and a lot of nerve cells. Recently, Beeline subscribers catch this rubbish much less often, but still, the appearance of such a tool is very pleasing.

Beeline, help on "That's it!"

A useful reference page in news format was published in Beeline. It is clear that the main idea was to advertise the tariff line, but it will come in handy as a "allowance".

Before traveling around Russia, take a look and remember which services work on which Vse, as well as where exactly they work. Plus useful links. I will have to plagiarize the idea and compile such a quick guide to the tariff lines of all operators.

MegaFon, new mobile router

You can find out about the appearance of a new router by following the links in the news announcing the price reduction of the device to 1,690 rubles. Plus 14 days of free internet. After the end of this promo period, Internet XL will automatically connect for 1,290 rubles. per month, but only if you are these 1,290 rubles. deposited in advance. If not, you can put money according to the selected option and go to it.

The new MR150-2 router manufactured by ZTE has replaced the popular MR100-3 Huawei, but you can guess this only by clicking on the link to the online store. In the detailed description of the action, they were too lazy to change the picture and left a photo of the old MR100-3.

I have not yet got to the MR150-2 ZTE itself, but I carefully read the reviews about the work and did not see any particular complaints. In terms of design, controls and functionality, it is very similar to Huawei's MR100-3, which can be considered a compliment. On the plus side, a 2,300 mAh battery compared to 1,800 mAh in the Huawei MR100-3. There is no support for LTE-Advanced, but the price is completely different.

About "limited unlimiteds"

Recently published material about the rejection of unlimited tariffs and other restrictions in cellular networks caused lively discussions in the comments. Most of the participants reacted to the topic, if I may put it that way, with forced understanding. Due to the increase in speeds, the problem of a sharp rise in traffic consumption rises to its full height, and network capabilities grow much more slowly. And something has to be done about it. Accordingly, a set of restrictive instruments is an inevitable measure.

But the comments of individual lovers of large volumes sincerely surprised me by the very fact of the existence of such ideas. For example, a proposal to legally prohibit operators from selling contracts for more than the total amount of transmitted traffic. Roughly speaking, if the network provides 300 Mbps (figures are conditional), then you can sell no more than 30 contracts with an access speed of up to 10 Mbps, sold more - pay a fine. Is it okay that a 300 Mbps network can easily serve five thousand or more average smartphone users? And are those who offer such state regulation ready to pay 15-20 thousand rubles. per month for your contract? I doubt it.

Another hotly advocated idea is to set the price of the contract depending on the maximum speed possible for the user, no more restrictions. The main thing, God forbid, is to limit the amount of traffic. It is declared the only truly fair approach, and taking money for the volume and then cutting it up to 64 Kbps is a “spit in the face” ©. "Fair" approach, I'm sorry, for whom? One will download hundreds of gigabytes of movies per month (there are enough for those who wish), while others will pay the same subscriber just so that their pages in the browser open quickly. Or sit at the cheap speed of dialup times. Direct communism is obtained: "from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs." The funny thing is that people sincerely believe in the justice of this approach. And many even believe that the problem is far-fetched and it's just the greed of the operators. Cancel all traffic restrictions even tomorrow, and everyone will immediately feel good and hassle-free.

I am not writing about this “to incite hatred” and not to laugh at pure, uncomplicated egoism. Just to understand that high-speed networks are not built to download tons of films over the air, the radio resource is limited. The task is to provide everyone with equally comfortable consumption of a certain range or volume of services. The assortment or volume that the user is willing to pay.

The problem, of course, is not purely Russian, and the whole world is actively engaged in the search for reasonable compromise solutions. Just yesterday, an article about the prospects for data transmission over cellular networks caught my eye. In Europe, after all, this is also a big headache for operators, despite the fact that users of voracious torrents there are an order of magnitude, if not one and a half orders of magnitude less. Translation of the essence of the second paragraph of the quote, see the screenshot above:

“It is necessary to identify and analyze unusual or fraudulent behavior of customers and deal with financial losses. Including to detect illegal distribution [of cellular traffic] via Wi-Fi. In order to apply online restrictions that eliminate any actions that affect the quality of service provision.

The European approach is clear: all sorts of tolerance, "equal opportunities" and other gay parades - of course, in your personal life, have fun as you want. And the cellular business is a serious matter, it's money. Therefore, they will mercilessly cut, block and restrict traffic in Europe and around the world as they see fit. In our country, relying on the famous Russian indifference and “it will somehow form itself” is also useless, it does not form itself, and they will cut it. Which, in fact, has been happening for a long time.

Operators, news and "on the trail"

Another collection of small cell news. Including the appearance in MegaFon of an option for those who come to the Crimea, the ability to see subscriptions and turn them off directly in the Beeline mobile application and other news. As well as "debriefing" in the wake of previously published materials.

MegaFon and Crimea

The operator has a whole collection of options for traveling around Russia. Metropolitan subscribers have four different options for voice/SMS and two more for mobile internet. One can argue that this approach does not correspond to modern trends, it is easier for the average user not to suffer with the choice. Although, I like it better and many of you do too. But that's not the point. And the fact that in the description of each option there is a note: “The option “xxx” is valid throughout Russia outside the Moscow region, except for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.”

Judging by the contents of the Service Guide, MegaFon will soon launch a separate option with the self-explanatory name "Crimea". We could, of course, not wait until the beginning of July with this useful thing, but you can’t turn back the calendar. There is no description yet, the parameters can be assumed by the connection price (30 rubles) and the subscription fee (6 rubles per day). The most likely “candidate” is the popular option “All Russia” with similar parameters. Gives all free incoming, outgoing to Russian numbers for 3 rubles per minute and SMS messages within Russia for 3 rubles.

The future option "lit up" not everywhere, for example, I did not find it in the "Around the World" tariff. Either they will be included in the “default” tariff, or they will not be connected to archive tariffs, or they have conceived something bad with the tariff itself. Let's not fantasize, we'll find out soon. Soon is when? I have no idea. But, logically, "the road is a spoon for dinner" and it is unreasonable to delay it until autumn.

Beeline and mobile personal account

We are talking about the new functionality of the My Beeline mobile application. It, dear, is constantly being finalized and overgrown with new functionality and small "useful things", which is good. Sometimes losing something useful in the process is bad. For example, after I don’t remember which iteration, the application stopped showing the date of the next charge of the subscriber for the Internet package. Now for the good news.

First, a little hack I noticed recently. I suspect that I'm not the only one so inattentive. Swipe left on the central black bar (it displays the balance) shows the rest of the Internet package and Happy Time bonuses. This is also available in the "Finance" section, but through unnecessary movements. Plus, you do not have to wait for all the information to be loaded, which can take up to several minutes on a slow connection. I am sure that more than half of users look into the mobile personal account only for basic information, and not to connect services or order a detailed report.

In the last (more precisely, now the penultimate) update, it became possible to see the rest of the traffic on postpaid corporate tariffs, this is important. Apparently, something went wrong and was corrected on June 26, do not forget to update.

Finally, subscriptions, damn it. Now they are visible in My Beeline, and, more importantly, they can be turned off directly from the application. Moreover, subscriptions are not only Beeline, but also third-party providers. That saves time, money and a lot of nerve cells. Recently, Beeline subscribers catch this rubbish much less often, but still, the appearance of such a tool is very pleasing.

Beeline, help on "That's it!"

A useful reference page in news format was published in Beeline. It is clear that the main idea was to advertise the tariff line, but it will come in handy as a "allowance".

Before traveling around Russia, take a look and remember which services work on which Vse, as well as where exactly they work. Plus useful links. I will have to plagiarize the idea and compile such a quick guide to the tariff lines of all operators.

MegaFon, new mobile router

You can find out about the appearance of a new router by following the links in the news announcing the price reduction of the device to 1,690 rubles. Plus 14 days of free internet. After the end of this promo period, Internet XL will automatically connect for 1,290 rubles. per month, but only if you are these 1,290 rubles. deposited in advance. If not, you can put money according to the selected option and go to it.

The new MR150-2 router manufactured by ZTE has replaced the popular MR100-3 Huawei, but you can guess this only by clicking on the link to the online store. In the detailed description of the action, they were too lazy to change the picture and left a photo of the old MR100-3.

I have not yet got to the MR150-2 ZTE itself, but I carefully read the reviews about the work and did not see any particular complaints. In terms of design, controls and functionality, it is very similar to Huawei's MR100-3, which can be considered a compliment. On the plus side, a 2,300 mAh battery compared to 1,800 mAh in the Huawei MR100-3. There is no support for LTE-Advanced, but the price is completely different.

About "limited unlimiteds"

Recently published material about the rejection of unlimited tariffs and other restrictions in cellular networks caused lively discussions in the comments. Most of the participants reacted to the topic, if I may put it that way, with forced understanding. Due to the increase in speeds, the problem of a sharp rise in traffic consumption rises to its full height, and network capabilities grow much more slowly. And something has to be done about it. Accordingly, a set of restrictive instruments is an inevitable measure.

But the comments of individual lovers of large volumes sincerely surprised me by the very fact of the existence of such ideas. For example, a proposal to legally prohibit operators from selling contracts for more than the total amount of transmitted traffic. Roughly speaking, if the network provides 300 Mbps (figures are conditional), then you can sell no more than 30 contracts with an access speed of up to 10 Mbps, sold more - pay a fine. Is it okay that a 300 Mbps network can easily serve five thousand or more average smartphone users? And are those who offer such state regulation ready to pay 15-20 thousand rubles. per month for your contract? I doubt it.

Another hotly advocated idea is to set the price of the contract depending on the maximum speed possible for the user, no more restrictions. The main thing, God forbid, is to limit the amount of traffic. It is declared the only truly fair approach, and taking money for the volume and then cutting it up to 64 Kbps is a “spit in the face” ©. "Fair" approach, I'm sorry, for whom? One will download hundreds of gigabytes of movies per month (there are enough for those who wish), while others will pay the same subscriber just so that their pages in the browser open quickly. Or sit at the cheap speed of dialup times. Direct communism is obtained: "from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs." The funny thing is that people sincerely believe in the justice of this approach. And many even believe that the problem is far-fetched and it's just the greed of the operators. Cancel all traffic restrictions even tomorrow, and everyone will immediately feel good and hassle-free.

I am not writing about this “to incite hatred” and not to laugh at pure, uncomplicated egoism. Just to understand that high-speed networks are not built to download tons of films over the air, the radio resource is limited. The task is to provide everyone with equally comfortable consumption of a certain range or volume of services. The assortment or volume that the user is willing to pay.

The problem, of course, is not purely Russian, and the whole world is actively engaged in the search for reasonable compromise solutions. Just yesterday, an article about the prospects for data transmission over cellular networks caught my eye. In Europe, after all, this is also a big headache for operators, despite the fact that users of voracious torrents there are an order of magnitude, if not one and a half orders of magnitude less. Translation of the essence of the second paragraph of the quote, see the screenshot above:

“It is necessary to identify and analyze unusual or fraudulent behavior of customers and deal with financial losses. Including to detect illegal distribution [of cellular traffic] via Wi-Fi. In order to apply online restrictions that eliminate any actions that affect the quality of service provision.

The European approach is clear: all sorts of tolerance, "equal opportunities" and other gay parades - of course, in your personal life, have fun as you want. And the cellular business is a serious matter, it's money. Therefore, they will mercilessly cut, block and restrict traffic in Europe and around the world as they see fit. In our country, relying on the famous Russian indifference and “it will somehow form itself” is also useless, it does not form itself, and they will cut it. Which, in fact, has been happening for a long time.

Operators, news and "on the trail"

Another collection of small cell news. Including the appearance in MegaFon of an option for those who come to the Crimea, the ability to see subscriptions and turn them off directly in the Beeline mobile application and other news. As well as "debriefing" in the wake of previously published materials.

MegaFon and Crimea

The operator has a whole collection of options for traveling around Russia. Metropolitan subscribers have four different options for voice/SMS and two more for mobile internet. One can argue that this approach does not correspond to modern trends, it is easier for the average user not to suffer with the choice. Although, I like it better and many of you do too. But that's not the point. And the fact that in the description of each option there is a note: “The option “xxx” is valid throughout Russia outside the Moscow region, except for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.”

Judging by the contents of the Service Guide, MegaFon will soon launch a separate option with the self-explanatory name "Crimea". We could, of course, not wait until the beginning of July with this useful thing, but you can’t turn back the calendar. There is no description yet, the parameters can be assumed by the connection price (30 rubles) and the subscription fee (6 rubles per day). The most likely “candidate” is the popular option “All Russia” with similar parameters. Gives all free incoming, outgoing to Russian numbers for 3 rubles per minute and SMS messages within Russia for 3 rubles.

The future option "lit up" not everywhere, for example, I did not find it in the "Around the World" tariff. Either they will be included in the “default” tariff, or they will not be connected to archive tariffs, or they have conceived something bad with the tariff itself. Let's not fantasize, we'll find out soon. Soon is when? I have no idea. But, logically, "the road is a spoon for dinner" and it is unreasonable to delay it until autumn.

Beeline and mobile personal account

We are talking about the new functionality of the My Beeline mobile application. It, dear, is constantly being finalized and overgrown with new functionality and small "useful things", which is good. Sometimes losing something useful in the process is bad. For example, after I don’t remember which iteration, the application stopped showing the date of the next charge of the subscriber for the Internet package. Now for the good news.

First, a little hack I noticed recently. I suspect that I'm not the only one so inattentive. Swipe left on the central black bar (it displays the balance) shows the rest of the Internet package and Happy Time bonuses. This is also available in the "Finance" section, but through unnecessary movements. Plus, you do not have to wait for all the information to be loaded, which can take up to several minutes on a slow connection. I am sure that more than half of users look into the mobile personal account only for basic information, and not to connect services or order a detailed report.

In the last (more precisely, now the penultimate) update, it became possible to see the rest of the traffic on postpaid corporate tariffs, this is important. Apparently, something went wrong and was corrected on June 26, do not forget to update.

Finally, subscriptions, damn it. Now they are visible in My Beeline, and, more importantly, they can be turned off directly from the application. Moreover, subscriptions are not only Beeline, but also third-party providers. That saves time, money and a lot of nerve cells. Recently, Beeline subscribers catch this rubbish much less often, but still, the appearance of such a tool is very pleasing.

Beeline, help on "That's it!"

A useful reference page in news format was published in Beeline. It is clear that the main idea was to advertise the tariff line, but it will come in handy as a "allowance".

Before traveling around Russia, take a look and remember which services work on which Vse, as well as where exactly they work. Plus useful links. I will have to plagiarize the idea and compile such a quick guide to the tariff lines of all operators.

MegaFon, new mobile router

You can find out about the appearance of a new router by following the links in the news announcing the price reduction of the device to 1,690 rubles. Plus 14 days of free internet. After the end of this promo period, Internet XL will automatically connect for 1,290 rubles. per month, but only if you are these 1,290 rubles. deposited in advance. If not, you can put money according to the selected option and go to it.

The new MR150-2 router manufactured by ZTE has replaced the popular MR100-3 Huawei, but you can guess this only by clicking on the link to the online store. In the detailed description of the action, they were too lazy to change the picture and left a photo of the old MR100-3.

I have not yet got to the MR150-2 ZTE itself, but I carefully read the reviews about the work and did not see any particular complaints. In terms of design, controls and functionality, it is very similar to Huawei's MR100-3, which can be considered a compliment. On the plus side, a 2,300 mAh battery compared to 1,800 mAh in the Huawei MR100-3. There is no support for LTE-Advanced, but the price is completely different.

About "limited unlimiteds"

Recently published material about the rejection of unlimited tariffs and other restrictions in cellular networks caused lively discussions in the comments. Most of the participants reacted to the topic, if I may put it that way, with forced understanding. Due to the increase in speeds, the problem of a sharp rise in traffic consumption rises to its full height, and network capabilities grow much more slowly. And something has to be done about it. Accordingly, a set of restrictive instruments is an inevitable measure.

But the comments of individual lovers of large volumes sincerely surprised me by the very fact of the existence of such ideas. For example, a proposal to legally prohibit operators from selling contracts for more than the total amount of transmitted traffic. Roughly speaking, if the network provides 300 Mbps (figures are conditional), then you can sell no more than 30 contracts with an access speed of up to 10 Mbps, sold more - pay a fine. Is it okay that a 300 Mbps network can easily serve five thousand or more average smartphone users? And are those who offer such state regulation ready to pay 15-20 thousand rubles. per month for your contract? I doubt it.

Another hotly advocated idea is to set the price of the contract depending on the maximum speed possible for the user, no more restrictions. The main thing, God forbid, is to limit the amount of traffic. It is declared the only truly fair approach, and taking money for the volume and then cutting it up to 64 Kbps is a “spit in the face” ©. "Fair" approach, I'm sorry, for whom? One will download hundreds of gigabytes of movies per month (there are enough for those who wish), while others will pay the same subscriber just so that their pages in the browser open quickly. Or sit at the cheap speed of dialup times. Direct communism is obtained: "from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs." The funny thing is that people sincerely believe in the justice of this approach. And many even believe that the problem is far-fetched and it's just the greed of the operators. Cancel all traffic restrictions even tomorrow, and everyone will immediately feel good and hassle-free.

I am not writing about this “to incite hatred” and not to laugh at pure, uncomplicated egoism. Just to understand that high-speed networks are not built to download tons of films over the air, the radio resource is limited. The task is to provide everyone with equally comfortable consumption of a certain range or volume of services. The assortment or volume that the user is willing to pay.

The problem, of course, is not purely Russian, and the whole world is actively engaged in the search for reasonable compromise solutions. Just yesterday, an article about the prospects for data transmission over cellular networks caught my eye. In Europe, after all, this is also a big headache for operators, despite the fact that users of voracious torrents there are an order of magnitude, if not one and a half orders of magnitude less. Translation of the essence of the second paragraph of the quote, see the screenshot above:

“It is necessary to identify and analyze unusual or fraudulent behavior of customers and deal with financial losses. Including to detect illegal distribution [of cellular traffic] via Wi-Fi. In order to apply online restrictions that eliminate any actions that affect the quality of service provision.

The European approach is clear: all sorts of tolerance, "equal opportunities" and other gay parades - of course, in your personal life, have fun as you want. And the cellular business is a serious matter, it's money. Therefore, they will mercilessly cut, block and restrict traffic in Europe and around the world as they see fit. In our country, relying on the famous Russian indifference and “it will somehow form itself” is also useless, it does not form itself, and they will cut it. Which, in fact, has been happening for a long time.

Operators, news and "on the trail"

Another collection of small cell news. Including the appearance in MegaFon of an option for those who come to the Crimea, the ability to see subscriptions and turn them off directly in the Beeline mobile application and other news. As well as "debriefing" in the wake of previously published materials.

MegaFon and Crimea

The operator has a whole collection of options for traveling around Russia. Metropolitan subscribers have four different options for voice/SMS and two more for mobile internet. One can argue that this approach does not correspond to modern trends, it is easier for the average user not to suffer with the choice. Although, I like it better and many of you do too. But that's not the point. And the fact that in the description of each option there is a note: “The option “xxx” is valid throughout Russia outside the Moscow region, except for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.”

Judging by the contents of the Service Guide, MegaFon will soon launch a separate option with the self-explanatory name "Crimea". We could, of course, not wait until the beginning of July with this useful thing, but you can’t turn back the calendar. There is no description yet, the parameters can be assumed by the connection price (30 rubles) and the subscription fee (6 rubles per day). The most likely “candidate” is the popular option “All Russia” with similar parameters. Gives all free incoming, outgoing to Russian numbers for 3 rubles per minute and SMS messages within Russia for 3 rubles.

The future option "lit up" not everywhere, for example, I did not find it in the "Around the World" tariff. Either they will be included in the “default” tariff, or they will not be connected to archive tariffs, or they have conceived something bad with the tariff itself. Let's not fantasize, we'll find out soon. Soon is when? I have no idea. But, logically, "the road is a spoon for dinner" and it is unreasonable to delay it until autumn.

Beeline and mobile personal account

We are talking about the new functionality of the My Beeline mobile application. It, dear, is constantly being finalized and overgrown with new functionality and small "useful things", which is good. Sometimes losing something useful in the process is bad. For example, after I don’t remember which iteration, the application stopped showing the date of the next charge of the subscriber for the Internet package. Now for the good news.

First, a little hack I noticed recently. I suspect that I'm not the only one so inattentive. Swipe left on the central black bar (it displays the balance) shows the rest of the Internet package and Happy Time bonuses. This is also available in the "Finance" section, but through unnecessary movements. Plus, you do not have to wait for all the information to be loaded, which can take up to several minutes on a slow connection. I am sure that more than half of users look into the mobile personal account only for basic information, and not to connect services or order a detailed report.

In the last (more precisely, now the penultimate) update, it became possible to see the rest of the traffic on postpaid corporate tariffs, this is important. Apparently, something went wrong and was corrected on June 26, do not forget to update.

Finally, subscriptions, damn it. Now they are visible in My Beeline, and, more importantly, they can be turned off directly from the application. Moreover, subscriptions are not only Beeline, but also third-party providers. That saves time, money and a lot of nerve cells. Recently, Beeline subscribers catch this rubbish much less often, but still, the appearance of such a tool is very pleasing.

Beeline, help on "That's it!"

A useful reference page in news format was published in Beeline. It is clear that the main idea was to advertise the tariff line, but it will come in handy as a "allowance".

Before traveling around Russia, take a look and remember which services work on which Vse, as well as where exactly they work. Plus useful links. I will have to plagiarize the idea and compile such a quick guide to the tariff lines of all operators.

MegaFon, new mobile router

You can find out about the appearance of a new router by following the links in the news announcing the price reduction of the device to 1,690 rubles. Plus 14 days of free internet. After the end of this promo period, Internet XL will automatically connect for 1,290 rubles. per month, but only if you are these 1,290 rubles. deposited in advance. If not, you can put money according to the selected option and go to it.

The new MR150-2 router manufactured by ZTE has replaced the popular MR100-3 Huawei, but you can guess this only by clicking on the link to the online store. In the detailed description of the action, they were too lazy to change the picture and left a photo of the old MR100-3.

I have not yet got to the MR150-2 ZTE itself, but I carefully read the reviews about the work and did not see any particular complaints. In terms of design, controls and functionality, it is very similar to Huawei's MR100-3, which can be considered a compliment. On the plus side, a 2,300 mAh battery compared to 1,800 mAh in the Huawei MR100-3. There is no support for LTE-Advanced, but the price is completely different.

About "limited unlimiteds"

Recently published material about the rejection of unlimited tariffs and other restrictions in cellular networks caused lively discussions in the comments. Most of the participants reacted to the topic, if I may put it that way, with forced understanding. Due to the increase in speeds, the problem of a sharp rise in traffic consumption rises to its full height, and network capabilities grow much more slowly. And something has to be done about it. Accordingly, a set of restrictive instruments is an inevitable measure.

But the comments of individual lovers of large volumes sincerely surprised me by the very fact of the existence of such ideas. For example, a proposal to legally prohibit operators from selling contracts for more than the total amount of transmitted traffic. Roughly speaking, if the network provides 300 Mbps (figures are conditional), then you can sell no more than 30 contracts with an access speed of up to 10 Mbps, sold more - pay a fine. Is it okay that a 300 Mbps network can easily serve five thousand or more average smartphone users? And are those who offer such state regulation ready to pay 15-20 thousand rubles. per month for your contract? I doubt it.

Another hotly advocated idea is to set the price of the contract depending on the maximum speed possible for the user, no more restrictions. The main thing, God forbid, is to limit the amount of traffic. It is declared the only truly fair approach, and taking money for the volume and then cutting it up to 64 Kbps is a “spit in the face” ©. "Fair" approach, I'm sorry, for whom? One will download hundreds of gigabytes of movies per month (there are enough for those who wish), while others will pay the same subscriber just so that their pages in the browser open quickly. Or sit at the cheap speed of dialup times. Direct communism is obtained: "from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs." The funny thing is that people sincerely believe in the justice of this approach. And many even believe that the problem is far-fetched and it's just the greed of the operators. Cancel all traffic restrictions even tomorrow, and everyone will immediately feel good and hassle-free.

I am not writing about this “to incite hatred” and not to laugh at pure, uncomplicated egoism. Just to understand that high-speed networks are not built to download tons of films over the air, the radio resource is limited. The task is to provide everyone with equally comfortable consumption of a certain range or volume of services. The range or volume that the user is willing to pay.

I am writing about this not “to incite enmity” and not to laugh at pure, uncomplicated egoism. Just to understand that high-speed networks are not built to download tons of films over the air, the radio resource is limited. The task is to provide everyone with equally comfortable consumption of a certain range or volume of services. That range or volume which the user is willing to pay.

The problem, of course, is not purely Russian, and the whole world is actively engaged in the search for reasonable compromise solutions. Just yesterday, an article about the prospects for data transmission over cellular networks caught my eye. In Europe, after all, this is also a big headache for operators, despite the fact that users of voracious torrents there are an order of magnitude, if not one and a half orders of magnitude less. Translation of the essence of the second paragraph of the quote, see the screenshot above:

“It is necessary to identify and analyze unusual or fraudulent behavior of customers and deal with financial losses. Including to detect illegal distribution [of cellular traffic] via Wi-Fi. In order to apply online restrictions that eliminate any actions that affect the quality of service provision.

The European approach is clear: all sorts of tolerance, "equal opportunities" and other gay parades - of course, in your personal life, have fun as you want. And the cellular business is a serious matter, it's money. Therefore, they will mercilessly cut, block and restrict traffic in Europe and around the world as they see fit. In our country, relying on the famous Russian indifference and “it will somehow form itself” is also useless, it does not form itself, and they will cut it. Which, in fact, has been happening for a long time.