State-owned telco Uzbektelecom has continued to cut prices for international bandwidth for internet service providers (ISPs), introducing a new rate of USD276.27 per Mbps from 4 December 2014, UzDaily writes. The operator has already dropped the rate four times in 2014, in June (USD306.04), July (USD303.51) and August (USD299.22 and USD286.74). TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database notes that the telco has been driving down the price as fast as possible in recent years, having charged USD1,510 per Mbps in March 2010, and USD529 at the end of 2011.
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