To the National Assembly: Put the magnifying glass on Inter

When I "tried" to pay for the internet service for the month of April 2021, I received a super unpleasant surprise: Inter was charging me 17 million bolivars! This amount seemed like a great joke for the large number of users who have contracted this service with the private company Inter.

And it is that the blackmail in which we have been cornered is very striking, since in a meeting held by the Inter company with a commission of the National Assembly, apparently certain agreements were reached that would allow, on the one hand, to improve the quality of service that is still deficient and on the other hand, it was required to adjust the exorbitant rates that they are charging, and to set a more moderate price, and that the amount to be paid, adapts to the salary reality of Venezuelan workers.

Workers do not earn enough to pay for this important service, especially for people who work in the education sector ... and that in an unusual way, not even the Simón Rodríguez bonus, is enough to pay these speculative fees and that is practically a robbery of all our possible monthly income ... It is important that the National Assembly act accordingly ...

How is it possible that in the invoice for February 2021, they charged 15 million bolivars? For the month of March 2021, they made "a small discount", as a result of the AN - Inter agreements and charged 13 million bolivars, as in a kind of "temporary reduction" ... and then return to its speculative jurisdiction, to increase by 4 million bolivars more, the two million bolivars that had "strategically reduced" in March 2021 ...

I believe that the Inter company, what it did was a blatant mockery with the thousands of people who have this necessary internet service and especially in times of pandemic ... I call on the National Assembly and the organizations that have the function of defending the users of these speculative outbreaks, to take action on this matter, and demand that Inter a real and immediate reduction of this unpayable rate, and that they set solidarity and accessible prices ...

Political scientist

 

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