MINSK, 21 January (BelTA) – Research analysts and broadband price comparison experts at cable.co.uk posted their research on the cost of fixed-line broadband in 206 countries. Belarus ranks fifth in this survey, BelTA has learned.
Syria offers the cheapest internet with the speed of up to 0.9Mbps at an average price of $6.6 per month. It is followed by Ukraine (7.7 Mbps; $6.64), Russia (14.9Mbps; $7.35), Romania (21.8Mbps; $8.15). Belarus landed fifth (13.2Mbps; $9.87).
The most expensive internet is in Eritrea ($2,666.24) and Yemen ($2,466.67).
According to cable.co.uk, in 2019 the world's average broadband speeds rose 20.65% and the price dropped 19.975% year-on-year.