India has been put in fifth place on the Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing 2022 list. This is because of the 5G mega spectrum auction. It’s part of a report that looks at how much 1GB of mobile data costs in 233 different countries. Cable.co.uk, which is a site that compares prices, made a list. Israel was at the top of the list because it was the cheapest, at $0.04 (about Rs 3) per GB. Saint Helena, a British Overseas Territory in the South Atlantic Ocean, is the most expensive at $41.06 per square metre (roughly Rs. 3,500). Follow Stoptechy
Northern America named the most expensive place in the world, with an average price of $4.98 (roughly Rs. 400). The five cheapest places to pay for mobile data are Israel, Italy, San Marino, Fiji, and India.
Prices for Mobile Data around the world
Cable.co.uk made a list of how much mobile data costs around the world in 2022, and India is one of the top five markets where mobile data costs the least. It’s fifth on the list and costs $0.17. (roughly Rs. 14). The report says that India’s people rely heavily on mobile data, which has led to high demand and forced providers to offer competitive prices. Israel is the leader in 5G technology around the world, and it stays at the top.
The five most expensive places for mobile data are Saint Helena, the Falkland Islands, So Tomé and Prncipe, Tokelau, and Yemen. Four of the five countries are on islands, and two are in Sub-Saharan Africa. With an average price of $4.47, this is also the second most expensive of the 13 global regions (roughly Rs. 400).
The cheapest countries have the great infrastructure and many people who depend on them. While the countries with the highest costs tend to have low consumption and bad infrastructure.