So it worked? MP Ahmad Al-Saadoun had pushed the MOC two days ago to check up on the Internet Service Providers and their unauthorized policies of setting bandwidth limits and the high internet charges since there happens to be no legislation or law that regulates them. Turns out that the Communications Sector of the MOC is actually conducting a study to reduce the internet charges by reducing the monthly capacity fees provided to the ISPs via Gulf cables in exchange for quality service to the internet user.
According to Al-Watan, the study will be submitted to the Minister of Information and Communications Sami Al-Nisf over the few coming days so lets wait and watch what we’re going to get out of this. No caps low prices? And why not? It’s about time that Kuwait’s internet services get their act straight and keep up with the global standards. We’re not in the 90s anymore so the overpriced low-bandwidth service just won’t do.
Jun 15, 2011 | 2 Comments
Yesterday MP Ahmad Al-Saadoun spoke about the unfair internet service in Kuwait and how the unlicensed internet companies have taken their own decision to set a limit for the internet users. He urged the Minister of Communications and Information Sami Al-Nisf to put an end to these policies and stop the internet service providers from cheating the users out of their money.
I hope they take some real action and stop the un-Fair Access Policy set by the ISPs.
Jun 14, 2011 | 9 Comments