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Mobile Internet cost around the world [Infographics]

How much does 2 GB of mobile data cost around the world? Folks from Android Fanatic took a look and presented their results in this infographic. Not surprisingly, Japan, Sweden and South Korea — three of the most advanced wireless societies — have the lowest bandwidth prices, and they all are offering what is being dubbed 4G wireless broadband.

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17 Responses to “Mobile Internet cost around the world [Infographics]”

  1. I’m surprised Canada is not on that list, it should be at the top… Data plans here start at $40 for 100MB of traffic. Easily upwards of $60 for 1GB.

  2. The next iteration of Android, scheduled for this winter, aims to bring the OS back from the brink of fragmentation by merging features from the mobile (Gingerbread) and tablet (Honeycomb) platforms

  3. Do we need any more proof that corporate greed is responsible for Verizon being at the top of the list?

    That said, if I use Sprint’s unlimited 4G as an example and use 30GB/month, that translates to just $3 for 2GB of traffic.

    Not sure why they left Sprint out, but any unlimited 4G plan skews those results by far.

  4. molgen

    this is not an accurate description of cost. Not everyone earns in dollars outside the US.Comparison should be based on the earning capacity.

  5. Per Grenerfors

    The Swedish mobile carrier (in the “fastest mobile operators” arrows near the bottom) is misspelled. It’s supposed to be “Telia Sonera”, not “TELESONARO”.