NEW SETS OF OPEN DATA ON THE FAS WEB-SITE
With information about communications tariffs
FAS published new sets of open data with information about communications tariffs:
The maximum tariff levels for the service of providing access to local telephony network, approved by FAS - http://fas.gov.ru/opendata/7703516539-localtelservice;
The maximum tariff levels for the intercity telephone connections, approved by FAS for 2019 - http://fas.gov.ru/opendata/7703516539-intercity;
The maximum tariff levels for intra-zonal telephone connections -http://fas.gov.ru/opendata/7703516539-intrazonetelconnections;
The maximum level of tariffs and tariff plans on local telephony services for subscribers – individuals and legal entities - http://fas.gov.ru/opendata/7703516539-mts;
Tariffs for mailing domestic letter-post items (postal cards, letters, parcels), approved by FAS for 2019 - http://fas.gov.ru/opendata/7703516539-postalrates.
Open data – information about FAS work published in machine-readable formats.
Open data are published in machine-readable formats to ease access to them for stakeholders who can process them and generate valuable research, applications, analytics, etc. Open data form the basis for a lot of socially important projects of public benefit.
The main consumers of open data are developers of applications and services that use open data as source material for their developments, as well as journalists and other stakeholders who may carry out in-depth social-and-economic research based on “raw” data.
Users do not need agreements with the Federal Antimonopoly Service to use (reuse) open data free, at no charge, gratuitously, with no time limit and no territorial restrictions, particularly, can copy, publish, disseminate open data and combine them with other information, use open data for non-profit and commercial purposes, use to create software programs and applications.