The price of Internet in Iran rises, and so does the fear of greater censorship

Iranians could pay up to 34% more for the internet in 2024, as providers get the green light from the government to increase their rates.

Viewed as a measure to balance persistent high levels of inflation, many commentators fear that less affordable internet tariffs could exacerbate current problems with online censorship while deterring citizens from accessing digital services.

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