Spanish Web surfers have today gone on strike in protest at rising phone charges.
The strike, organised by ?more or less anonymous? individuals, has been backed by up to 13,000 surfers and the Association of Internet Users.
This unprecedented move is believed to be in response to a new scale of phone charges released by the government. Telefonica, Spain?s national telco, blamed the rising tariffs on the government, but said connection charges were still comparatively low.
Jose Manuel Villar, state secretary for telecommunications, has suggested a flat rate monthly deal to mollify the protesters.
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