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Russia is in 30th place, Ukraine is in 24th, and Israel is in the first place. It became known where in the world the cheapest mobile Internet

The latest data from Cable.co.uk shows the cost of mobile communications around the world. More specifically, the average cost of 1 GB of mobile data.

The gap between the most affordable and the most expensive communication is simply huge. Only 1 GB of data is cheaper in Israel, where it costs only $0.04. And here the gap is big even with Italy, which is in second place with $0.12 per 1 GB. At the same time, the most expensive connection is on Saint Helena, where you will have to pay $ 41.06 for 1 GB! Also very expensive in the Falkland Islands ($38.45).

Russia in this list is in 30th place (if we build the rating of the cheapest connection) with a price of about $ 0.48 per 1 GB. Remember, this is the average price. In the Ukrainian market, communication is even cheaper – $ 0.43. The country is in 24th place on the list.

Russia is in 30th place, Ukraine is in 24th, and Israel is in the first place. It became known where in the world the cheapest mobile Internet

The source says that in general, countries can be divided into four classes.

    • Excellent infrastructure. Countries with long-standing ubiquitous 4G infrastructure or new 5G infrastructure tend to be in the lower end of the table. This is because their plans tend to offer significantly more data than average, and limits are usually hundreds of gigabytes or none at all. Therefore, the cost of a gigabyte in these countries will be very low.

    • Strong addiction. Countries with little or no fixed broadband are therefore heavily dependent on the provision of mobile data. With a saturated market and many competing providers, often accompanied by low average wages, data prices in such countries can be very low compared to global ones.

    • Little consumption. Countries where mobile data is widely available and widely used, but the infrastructure dictates a culture of limited use. In such countries, SIM cards tend to be relatively cheap, but mostly available with very little data.

    • Wealthy economy. Wealthy countries tend to have good mobile infrastructure and a decent data limit. Because the public can afford to pay more and because network infrastructure is much more expensive to own and operate, data prices tend to be in line with the global average.

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