Mexico remains the cheapest country to buy a broadband deal in Central America, with an average broadband package cost per month of USD 29.01.
Panama is now the most expensive with an average package price of USD 66.05 per month. It would be fair to say that all ten countries measured in Central America ended up mid-table, none faring particularly well, or particularly poorly.
CIS (Former USSR)
Five of the top ten cheapest countries in the world are found in the former USSR (Commonwealth of Independent States or CIS), including the Russian Federation itself with an average package cost of just USD 7.50 per month.
Conversely, the United States has some of the most expensive broadband in the world, coming in 131st place with an average monthly package cost of USD 59.99.
In the Eastern Europe region, 13 countries were measured in total. All of them find themselves well inside the top half of the table, the region as a whole faring extremely well, broadly speaking.
Romania (USD 10.59), Bulgaria (USD 12.69), and Hungary (USD 15.45) are the cheapest in the region, while Albania (USD 28.99), Northern Macedonia (USD 29.79), and Slovenia (USD 36.41) are the most expensive.
The price of fixed-line broadband in 211 countries
The data was collected and compiled for the fourth year running by research analysts and broadband price comparison experts at Cable.co.ukDownload data (.xls)