According to a survey by The World Mobile Data Pricing 2022, India ranks fifth worldwide in terms of selling the cheapest mobile data plans. The survey is part of a report compiled by Cable.co.uk that measured the cost of 1GB of mobile data in 233 countries.
With an average cost of 1GB of mobile data, India ($0.17 approx. Rs.14), Pakistan ($0.36 approx. Rs.28.72) and Sri Lanka ($0.27 approx.Rs.21.54) has surpassed Pakistan ($0.36 approx. Rs.28.72). This means that on an average 1GB mobile data is available in India for around Rs 14, while in Pakistan it is available for Rs 28.72 and in Sri Lanka for Rs 21.54.
Israel tops the list, with an average price of $0.04 for 1GB of data, around Rs 3.59. At the bottom is St. Helena, a British Overseas Territory in the South Atlantic Ocean. Where the average price of 1 GB mobile data plan is $ 41.06, approximately Rs 3,276.
These are the top 5 countries
According to the report, Israel, Italy, San Marino, Fiji and India are the top five countries selling the cheapest mobile data plans. The survey covered more SIM-based data plans, which include multiple texts and calls. In addition, analysts have selected four ideals to analyze the report, which are better infrastructure, less consumption, heavy dependence and a prosperous economy.
The report claims that countries that have the best 4G or 5G infrastructure will have cheaper mobile data plans. Whereas, in countries where there is no fixed availability of broadband. They are more likely to depend on mobile data. Hence, mobile data has become the way for a user to go online.
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According to the report, companies in Israel offer 4G LTE and 5G network coverage. Israel also has a higher smartphone market than the US. Italy provides 5G and 4G data services to 95 percent of the total population, with collective data plans offered by the most popular service providers.
San Marino became the first European state to launch a 5G network. 5G coverage in the country is 100%. Fiji, a remote island nation, has two strong mobile networks, offering cheap 4G and 5G data plans across the country.