Ethiopia has introduced its first domestic Internet connection service, radically cutting access prices from the country. The service is offered by the state-owned Ethiopian Internet Bureau, part of the Telecommunications Authority. Individuals will pay $75 to register and $25 for each 30 hours of access within a month. Corporate rates are $150 and $100. Previously, Internet access was only available through expensive calls to a service provider abroad.
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