Mobile operator-turned-broadband provider MTS Belarus has expanded its Ethernet network to more residential areas in the capital Minsk and other regional centres, and announced a cut in internet tariffs – effective 1 September. Under the latest expansion, MTS Belarus is now offering its fixed broadband internet service in the district of Masyukovshchina (Minsk), Beryozovka (Brest), Zadneprovye (Mogilyov), parts of Grodno, as well as a number of other locations in the capital. Tariff rates for its ‘Household Connect’ branded packages are set to fall by between 20% for its entry-level service, and 45% for its premium plan.
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