The operator for the mobile Internet do you recommend in Moscow?


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I will soon go to Moscow for 2 weeks and I need constant access to the Internet. Of course makes sense buy a SIM card for mobile connections. But what operator would you advise me — MTS, Beeline, ..?
I heard aktivirovana SIM card you can buy at the station in the subway, right?... In General, that can advise in this regard, I will be the first time in Moscow.
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MegaFon is the Internet-start with 1.2 p/MB, but the speed limit of 128kbit/s and without the ability to make calls on this SIM. Sold without clearance, i.e., a passport is not necessary. Sold in many places. Near the subway there are often several communication outlets. You can see by the map on the website of the company nearest to you office.
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Permanent mobile Internet in Moscow is Comstar or iota. My nook color from our operators is sorry no not the Internet. So to play, like look guys, I have Internet in your phone.
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Each operator has its own TP and they're all roughly similar. Personally for me I would have bought MTS connect some (in my 590 rubles together with the modem), maybe consider that the MTS coverage area all the same is better. If you are concerned about cost, not quality — look at Durga.
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>I heard aktivirovana SIM card you can buy at the station in the subway, right?
So. Almost every step there are trays with SIM cards. No registration. You buy and use. Any tariffs to choose from. They also sell and modems, if necessary.
To cover I would suggest a Beeline catches everywhere even in the subway, in contrast to MTS, which is cut off, or Megaphone, which is generally where little is working well in the metro. MTS Beeline cheaper.
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The author, where you "sit" together?
If the laptop and the modem, then you should see "dial-up" fares, they have each operator, and then decide, is more important than speed, price, or bezlimitnogo.
If from your phone, Megaphone is the option, which for 210 rubles will give unlimited Internet using Opera Mini for a month. MBS is the cheapest "toll" rate — O hard, 3.50 MB
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Until November, MTS share — Unlim gprs for 99 rubles. But the speed is certainly not a fountain.
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Bad things with mobile Internet( the girl on iPad Beeline. Live in Zelenograd. 3G is not here vooobsche (phone with a megaphone catches),edge is very slow, one name. Rates terrible MegaFon, MTS is even worse.
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