According to the Resolution No.266 of Communications Regulatory Authority, starting the aforementioned date, high speed Internet services (ADSL2+) will be switched to non-volume based (Connection Based) services. Non-volume based services that are categorized according to the Internet speed, have a definite usage threshold, the details of which are shown in the following table:
|Row||Service Base Speed* (Kbps)||Fair Usage Threshold per Month (GB)||Monthly Subscription Tariff (Toman)||3-Month Subscription Tariff (Toman)||Six-Month Subscription Tariff (Toman)||One year subscription tariff (Toman)|
*According to Shatel’s incentive policies, the speed of each service will be up to 16 Mbps based on line quality, and if the infrastructure allows, Shatel will be able to offer services with speeds (regardless of base speed) beyond the obligations stated in the contract.
According to these prices, users can use up to one-third of the traffic (Fair Usage Threshold) on International traffic, and as a whole, when the traffic allowed by the service in each month is completely used up, the speed of the service is reduced according to the law stated in Resolution No.266. But customers can get back to their original speed by purchasing traffic packages.
Following these changes, from now on, the price of International traffic will be Maximum 2,000 Tomans per GB and the price of Domestic traffic will be 1,000 Tomans per GB.
Accordingly, all existing Shatel Services on the expiration date of the subscription can be switched to new services, and dear customers can change their current service to one of the services introduced in the table above.