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I want to know how much a 10mb/s line costs in your countries because in South Africa it is R800 or $57,48 per month

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    17$ / month ADSL, in morocco
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    In Serbia, you can get a fine 10mb/s line fore about 1200RSD, which is a bit less then $11.

    For the amount you're paying, here you could get 170mb/s line.
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    I pay £15 a month and get 40mb/s
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    I pay about £55 / $48 for 150mb
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    I pay $20 per month for 5 mbps
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    In Italy is quite complex...
    I am paying 45€ / month for a 10 mb (but it is via radio, since I live in the Alps and otherwise you would pay the same for something like 300kb)
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    100mbit base subscription 30 ron ~ $7.5 The 1gbit is about $15 (Romania)
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    About $44 (KES 4500) in Kenya
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    Netherlands is €40,- for 500 mbit up/down.
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    A 12 Mbps line is maybe $20-30/mo where I am.
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    16Mb for 45€ ;-;
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    Philadelphia, PA: $90 per month for 150 line, HD TV, and phone service.
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    Austria, 8 mbit/s DSL - 19,99€

    Glass fiber:
    16 mbit/s - 6,90€
    30 mbit/s - 12,90€
    50 mbit/s - 24,90€
    100 mbit/s - 39,90€

    DSL is in other parts of the country much cheaper, but not at the part where I am :c
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    Australia we get ripped off comparatively. ~$45 US for 5-10Mbps
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    @awezome1996 which one it that ? Telkom? And does it include the line cost ?
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    About 22USD for a 50mbps in New Delhi, India. Speed reduces to 500 kbps after 30gb download.
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    Wow, expensive. In Ukraine we typically pay 3-4 USD / month for a 100 Mbit/s line
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    I pay 65$ for 30mbps unlimited in Quebec, Canada
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    @thedev yes telkom and line included
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    😬I'm paying 120AUD per month.
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    It'd be around 5 EUR/month where I live if someone even offers such a plan. 50 mbit up/down costs around 15 EUR depending on the provider.
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    10 is no longer available but we have 15 and it is 17 euro. But with the telephone it's 20 euro.
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    I pay about 100 swiss francs (~100$) for a 100mb/s with on demand TV and unlimited VoIP calls
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    749NOK / ~91$ for 300/300Mbits in Norway
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    $18/mo, at 30mbps, for 60GB. At Bangalore, India.
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    Can I say how awesome it is to see so many devs from across the world in devRant!
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    $75US/month for "300"mb/s in Hawaii, advertised as "up to 300 mb/s", actually clocks ~120mb/s
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    For 60€ we have 125mb/s plus phone plus digital tv
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    That's in Belgium (oh and unlimited data volume)
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    £60 for 200mbps
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    @svandeun In South Africa they have various companies billing us for what other countries get in a single subscription.

    So we have a provider for line, another for data, another for digital TV etc. Which easily comes to $130 dollars or so.

    With shows showing from 5 years back and then repeats into oblivion.

    Comparatively we are one of the most expensive countries while getting the lowest quality of product/service for our money.

    Furthermore, they are only in the process of rolling out fibre recently, most places don't have it yet....sigh.
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    40€ for 50MBit/s (price includes telephone flatrate) in Germany. But you'll have to live in a large city to have access to this kinda connection.
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    Denmark: 15 USD for 50/10
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    I pay ~$18 for 50MBPS
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    660 RUB = 10.54 USD for 70 mbit
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