According to another report Cost comparison website Cable.co.uk, India is home to the cheapest cellular data plans on the planet, with one gigabyte (1GB) of information costing an average of $0.26, compared to USD 6.66 in the united kingdom.
The Most expensive place on earth to purchase cellular information is Zimbabwe, where the normal price of 1GB is 75.20 – 289 times as far as in India.
“A country whose young population has a particularly high technological awareness, India offers a vibrant smartphone market, with strong adoption and many competitors. Data, therefore, is quite staggeringly cheap,” Cable.co.uk notes in its research.
Even though India ($0.26) topped the scale of cheap Cellular statistics, Kyrgyzstan ($0.27), Kazakstan ($0.49), Ukraine ($0.51) and Rwanda ($ 0.56) completed the top five nations offering the least expensive information packs.
The lowest priced cellular info in Western Europe was discovered In Finland, in which the normal cost of 1GB is 1.16. Monaco ($1.21) is the next most economical in Western Europe followed by Denmark ($1.36) and Italy ($ 1.73).
The UK ($ 6.66) is your 16th cheapest in Western Europe and 136th cheapest on the planet.
“Some have excellent mobile and fixed broadband infrastructure and so providers are able to offer large amounts of data, which brings down the price per gigabyte. Others with less advanced broadband networks are heavily reliant on mobile data and the economy dictates that prices must be low, as that’s what people can afford,” Dan Howdle, consumer telecoms analyst at Cable.co.uk, said.
“At the more expensive end of the list, we have countries where often the infrastructure isn’t great but also where consumption is very small. People are often buying data packages of just tens of megabytes at a time, making a gigabyte a relatively large and therefore expensive amount of data to buy,” Howdle said.
The report also noted ten of all The best 20 cheapest nations are in Asia, together with Sri Lanka, Mongolia, and Myanmar linking India at the top ten. The second, third and fourth Cheapest nations are (CIS) former USSR countries, with Kyrgyzstan Missing out on top place by one US cent.