I pay around 7.5 usd/month for 30 mbps upsteam/downstream fiber connection in India. For 300 mbps it would be 25 usd/mo. Data caps at 3300 GB/month. I have never even crossed 500 GB of usage in a month.
Apparently in US it cost much more.

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$70 CDN (so just over $50 US) for 75Mbps ... welcome to Canada (unlimited).
To be fair I can get 100-150 for another $25 or so US) but I really don't need it.

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I also pay the exact same price plan. Yeah, the speed goes up a lot every 8 USD. For 80 USD the plan goes up to 1.5Gbps on promotion, ofc there's also dang tax on top of that. It's a much better deal if it's shared/split between 2+ people.

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I pay $65 CAD + 15% tax (total $75) for 1Gbps (unlimited). For this deal, I must also pay for internet TV. It includes base 7-8 channels, Crave and a few hand-picked sports channels to watch hockey (total with tax $101 CAD = $80 USD). I used to pay a lot more for a lot less (Montreal, Canada).

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$70 USD for 50Mbps

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about $10 for 100Mbps in russia (unlimited+TV)

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5$ for 100Mbps in Ukraine
something like local ISP with around 10-15k customers

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Data cap?

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pretty sure it's unlimited.

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Same here. Unlimimted.

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70 euro a month, 37.5 MB/s i think but includes tv and phone.
And each year they now increase the price under the term "service" give us more and more speed while it's already enough as it is, meanwhile sponsoring sport teams.

No cap.

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35 USD for a 5G internet box but still mobile internet. with free 20 tv with starz tv in it.

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I've switched to mobile close to 3 years ago, when for the same price I was getting the same bandwidth with my stationary internet. I was actually lucky to catch a promo from T-Mobile Poland for an unlimited mobile 16 Mbps up/down for around $13/month. It's fast enough for me and has a decent ping (30-40ms), so I'm staying with it, because there are no other mobile offers without transfer limits. Without this promo for the same price I would get transfer limed to just 100 GB/month and for twice the price to 500 GB/month.

Today the cheapest stationary internet that I could get would be 300 Mbps for $16 (also 600 Mbps for $18.5 or 1Gbps for $21).

I don't know, if this is typical for other countries, but in Poland mobile internet is much more dependable, than cable. If there is a problem, it's dealt with immediately, as it also affects phone services, while problems with cable services quite often take at least a day if not 2 to be solved. In those 3 years a few times I had 10-30 minute problems and once there was a serious breakdown, affecting much of the country, that took like 6, maybe 10 hours to fix. With cable, no matter with which provider, I would expect to be down for at least half a day at least once per year, and monthly-bimonthly for 20-60 minutes.

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Live in the Philippines. I believe we pay around ~$40 for about the same speeds you have without the caps. Electronics in general are more expensive around here though, and this specific provider kept working even after three major typhoons in a row (other providers were out for weeks) so well worth it in our eyes.

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Also live in the Philippines. I pay $32/mo. for 30mbps with 500gb cap.

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Around 3-4$ for not good internet with 200GB per month

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~12$ for 500Mbps + static IP + TV

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20 USD approx for filthy 30 mbps/4 mbps with TV cables.

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~$37 for unlimited 100/25 mbps. Could pay 3 dollars more and get 300/50 mbps, but I haven't been bothered enough to do it yet. Used to have 100/100 mbps unlimited for $16, but I moved, and I couldn't take it with me :P

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~$3.5 for this without data cap in Ukraine 😎

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That has to be the best around here

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29.95 US for 100M/100M

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45€ 100mbit nocap but its full of pron 🤡

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About $9 for 600mbps in European part of Russia, with no data cap.

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:O what!! Amazing price!

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In Moscow you would pay about $12 for 1gbps unlimited connection. But that's according to one particular ISP's site, it may differ.

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~40€ for 300/50Mbps (down/up), no data quota.

Plot twist: the contract says I should have 300/300, but nope.
Plot twist #2: I used to have a more expensive contract (I think around 50€) for 1000/300, but I actually had the very same speed... nice little scam they run here

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35 € for 100 / 10 Mbit with no data cap. Not the greatest deal, but it's very reliable.

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~$50 for 500/12Mpbs (down/up) cable internet.
If my building had fiber, I could get 1000/100 for same price or even cheaper, but since my building is full of old farts, i've been trying to convince people for 2 years to just allow fiber to be connected (the whole street is already connected, our house is the only only who refused to connect)

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I was of the view that copper broadband is limited to 100 Mbps but seems like some of these can go upto 1Gbps.

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15 usd (or 12.5 eur) for 1000/25 mbit per month no data cap. but it is cost double if you live in a small town.

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This is the new best.

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€48,50 for download 75 Mbit/s and upload 10 Mbit/s with no cap

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About 5.5 usd for 100/100 mbit without data cap.

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Another one from. Ukraine. This country seems to have really affordable yet fast internet.

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I keep on saying that we have cyberpunk in Ukraine - high tech, low life.

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I pay 50€ for 400Mbps, no cap

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Damn! We're rather screwed here in the US.

Here's hoping Elon Musk's new network brings in some competition and lowers prices.

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