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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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Monthly expenditure on last mile internet
I don't know the price (I'm not the one paying it) but around 40€ I think for 1Gbps. (and it's the real speed for once, I downloaded a file at 100MB/s, but since I'm mostly wifi I'm stuck between 20 and 40MB/s)
no datacap of course.
cries in Slovakian
$26 per month for lousy 6 Mbps download, no data cap
I pay 7.2 USD for 90Mb/s internet + TV in Russia, Ural(5.3 USD if only internet 90Mb/s). I'm thinking of switching to 300 Mb/s(+ TV) for 12.4 USD, I wonder how much ping will decrease to European servers in games.
Sometimes ping doesn't decrease with better connection speed.
$7.25 per month for 100 Mbps (both download and upload), no data cap
US$62 (AU$80) for 48 mbps unlimited data (includes a VOIP number and phone calls within Australia). This is the physical limit of the infrastructure (I'm paying for 50 Mbps, they just can't deliver it over the copper). If I want anything faster, I need to pay for an infrastructure upgrade (optic fibre to the house), for which they quoted slightly more than $20,000, and the monthly cost will increase.
About 15 bucks for 600Mb/s DL and 6Mb/s UL speed. My current speedtest results are 620/60.
I'm actually shocked about the price of the internet globally, because people pay more and they get less. I thought everywhere (or mostly everywhere) the price of the internet connection is similar.
Internet infrastructure is very subject to economies of scale. Australia, for example, is very expensive in the interior and much cheaper near the coasts. The reason? A lot of people near the coasts and very few people in the plains. Like most utility infrastructure, internet has high fixed costs (construction, maintenance, upgrades, etc.) but steady returns, so it's easy to subsidize costs in areas with high population density and harder to keep costs low in areas with low population density. Take my place, for example. Electronics are more expensive here and our area in particular gets hit by natural disasters a lot, but on the flipside we have a pretty high population density overall, so our internet rates come out pretty above average.
well i have right now 1GB but the line alone idk the price i have a pack with full TV + extra channels (sports / films / etc....)
around 120 EUROS
so the line should be around the 50-100 choice.
I pay 36€ for 1Gbps, whatever I download takes less than 5 minutes and Stadia works flawlessly.
$40 for 200Mbs download 80Mbs upload (flat line, no limits) + landline and unlimited minutes / 10Gb data mobile included.
Around $29 for 300Mb/s DL and 50Mb/s UL.
This is in a combo deal with tv and phone though.
Hahaha! Ours is 11mps, sometimes 15. And we pay about 30 per month. For landline + unlimited broadband. There is no point in paying more where I live currently because we still get the same speed. They are bringing fiber this way soon. It's like a scam promising "up to" 100mps when in reality you still get 11.
Our ISP basically rents the landline. The hilarious things is that when we had an issue with the phone line, the guy who came out to fix it said that he was recommending a cap at 10mps since our area wouldn't get much more anyway. I rang the ISP and he was like "OH no, he has no right to do that. We'll be having a chat with them, don't worry."
You guys with the high speed internet for less... lucky bastards. lol.
Used to have a 25 Mbps connection (unlimited) for approx 4 USD, but the downtimes were absolute garbage. Changed a few services and settled for a 150 Mbps connection (3300 GB) for approx 16 USD. Also gets me IPTV + free calling @ home and a few subscriptions. Pretty good deal I'd say. And since we're both from India, you're using Jio as well, right? :p
Per month I pay about $9 for download speed ~ 14 Mbps (though it is advertised as "Up to 30Mbps", but the lines can't deliver that) and data cap of 140GB
Usually when I need more quota I buy extra 100GB for around $7.5
$17.18/month for 100Mb/s connection (DL & UL)
Includes TV and landline connection.
AU$99.99 NBN FTTC 100/20 (85Mbps 7-11PM) including voip, radio, mirrors, MMO servers and no cap
200Mbps is $99.99 first 6mos 129.99 thereafter, but international connections choked, so pointless for me
50usd for 275mbps down and 100up with a 1.2 TB data cap. If it didn't have that small data cap it's be a really good deal
At least compared to the internet I had in rural usa that cost 65usd for 50down and 5up with no data cap
$50 for just 275? Its ultra expensive... and also data cap.. eh. It should be like $12-15 max :]
I would love if that were possible but... America lol
I pay around $40 a month for a 40 Mb connection with no data limit. It's actually good considering I live in farm country, which is mostly limited to shitty even more overpriced satellite internet.
I pay around 30USD for 150Mbps (both upload and download, no data cap) - a few companies like to limit bandwidth for upload and have data caps but I got a local service run by the state and they are really efficient, I really hope they never go private, telecoms are usually really anti-consumer.
~$50 USD for 200mbps down, 20 mbps up, no data cap, via cable on fiber backbone in southern US.
I have LAN/WiFi and I pay 10$ (earlier a few years back, it was pathetic, and opposite) for unlimited 100mbps download 100mbps upload with nice ping
$6 for 100Mbps near Moscow. Original price is %~12 but I'm old client.
$7 month for 16mbps/1mbps
25€ (atm 28 usd) for 25Mbit up & down fiber connection without data cap and including phone line or whatever you call it.
i could go (way) faster but that would also be (way) more expensive. and i don't have free money to give away each month.
$95 USD for 400Mbps down 25 up, no data limit.
Didn't had to visit your profile to know this would be in US.
8 euro for 1Gbit download + 1Gbit upload, full duplex, national and international peering, fiber in the home, Romania.
No traffic limit. No downtimes. No slowdowns.
Few days ago I was uploading to a guy in Netherlands at 110 MB/s.