Big Four Operators Turn Off Unlimited Internet

Mobile operators MTS, Megafon, Tele2 and Beeline (a brand of VimpelCom) have closed the possibility of connecting to the "Unlimited Accessories for Mobile Phones & Tablets in Mwanza Region Internet" for new users. This was reported by the TASS news agency with reference to the press services of the operators. For existing subscribers who managed to connect unlimited Internet earlier, until nothing changes and they will be able to use the service further. Tele2 justified their decision as follows:

“First of all, we proceed from the needs of customers, and we have not seen demand for unlimited lately. Such tariffs have always been a niche product, interesting only to a narrow audience.

Representatives of other operators voiced the opinion that the demand for unlimited traffic was constantly decreasing, and for most users 50 or even 20 GB per month is enough, which fits into the limited tariff packages. According to experts, the restrictions began due to the unprofitability of unlimited tariffs for operators, and also due to the fact that 5% of subscribers with unlimited Internet access heavily loaded the network, and this spoiled the lives of other users.

Photo: Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS

Big Four Operators Turn Off Unlimited Internet

Mobile operators MTS, Megafon, Tele2 and Beeline (a brand of VimpelCom) have closed the possibility of connecting to the "Unlimited Accessories for Mobile Phones & Tablets in Mwanza Region Internet" for new users. This was reported by the TASS news agency with reference to the press services of the operators. For existing subscribers who managed to connect unlimited Internet earlier, until nothing changes and they will be able to use the service further. Tele2 justified their decision as follows:

“First of all, we proceed from the needs of customers, and we have not seen demand for unlimited lately. Such tariffs have always been a niche product, interesting only to a narrow audience.

Representatives of other operators voiced the opinion that the demand for unlimited traffic was constantly decreasing, and for most users 50 or even 20 GB per month is enough, which fits into the limited tariff packages. According to experts, the restrictions began due to the unprofitability of unlimited tariffs for operators, and also due to the fact that 5% of subscribers with unlimited Internet access heavily loaded the network, and this spoiled the lives of other users.

Photo: Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS

Big Four Operators Turn Off Unlimited Internet

Mobile operators MTS, Megafon, Tele2 and Beeline (a brand of VimpelCom) have closed the possibility of connecting to the "Unlimited Accessories for Mobile Phones & Tablets in Mwanza Region Internet" for new users. This was reported by the TASS news agency with reference to the press services of the operators. For existing subscribers who managed to connect unlimited Internet earlier, until nothing changes and they will be able to use the service further. Tele2 justified their decision as follows:

“First of all, we proceed from the needs of customers, and we have not seen demand for unlimited lately. Such tariffs have always been a niche product, interesting only to a narrow audience.

Representatives of other operators voiced the opinion that the demand for unlimited traffic was constantly decreasing, and for most users 50 or even 20 GB per month is enough, which fits into the limited tariff packages. According to experts, the restrictions began due to the unprofitability of unlimited tariffs for operators, and also due to the fact that 5% of subscribers with unlimited Internet access heavily loaded the network, and this spoiled the lives of other users.

Photo: Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS

Big Four Operators Turn Off Unlimited Internet

Mobile operators MTS, MegaFon, Tele2 and Beeline (a brand of VimpelCom) have closed the possibility of connecting to the "Unlimited Accessories for Mobile Phones & Tablets in Mwanza Region Internet" option for new users. This was reported by the TASS news agency with reference to the press services of the operators. For existing subscribers who managed to connect unlimited Internet earlier, until nothing changes and they will be able to use the service further. Tele2 justified their decision as follows:

Mobile operators MTS, Megafon, Tele2 and Beeline (a brand of Vimpelcom) have closed the possibility of connecting to the Unlimited Accessories for Mobile Phones & Tablets in Mwanza Region Accessories for Mobile Phones & Tablets in Mwanza Region Internet" for new users. This was reported by the TASS news agency with reference to the press services of the operators. For existing subscribers who managed to connect unlimited Internet earlier, until nothing changes and they will be able to use the service further. Tele2 justified their decision as follows:

“First of all, we proceed from the needs of customers, and we have not seen demand for unlimited lately. Such tariffs have always been a niche product, interesting only to a narrow audience.

Representatives of other operators voiced the opinion that the demand for unlimited traffic was constantly decreasing, and for most users 50 or even 20 GB per month is enough, which fits into the limited tariff packages. According to experts, the restrictions began due to the unprofitability of unlimited tariffs for operators, and also due to the fact that 5% of subscribers with unlimited Internet access heavily loaded the network, and this spoiled the lives of other users.

Photo: Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS