Jordan net IP costs to fall 15%

26 May 2009

Mickael Ghossein, CEO of the Jordan Telecom Group (JTG) has said that Internet Protocol (IP) connectivity costs for Internet Service Providers (ISP) will be reduced by 15% as of June 1st, the Jordan Times has reported. This reduction will decrease the cost of services to ISPs by 30%, and end-users should expect a drop in internet prices based on reductions by individual ISPs, he said. The 15% cut brings the total reduction since the beginning of 2007 to 70%, Ghossein said.

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