Iran:No credit card, no purchase on internet

Mr.Behi writes about digital and internet development in Tehran. He says city is full of adds for ADSLs and electronic payment is becoming a regular thing. The only thing that gives a big crash to all of that is the fact that international banks do not operate here. That means by living in Iran, you are excluded from the convenience of having a simple international credit card! He says purchasing on internet has become impossible.

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