The cheapest mobile internet in the world in 2022 was in Israel - for one gigabyte you had to pay an average of only USD 0.04 (approx. PLN 0.18) in this country. With about one in three Israelis owning a smartphone, the country has an even greater smartphone penetration than the United States. This is according to the British price comparison website cable.co.uk , which analyzed 5,292 data plans in 233 countries around the world (including Poland).
See also data from 2019: What are the costs of 1 GB of mobile internet in the world? As the chart prepared by Statista shows, Italy ranks second in the world, with a low cost of $0.12 per GB. The country has an excellent internet infrastructure and 5G is now available to phone number list around 95% of the population. its inhabitants. It also maintains the internet of neighboring San Marino ($0.14), which ranks third in the world. According to Dan Howdle, Consumer Telecommunications Analyst at cable.co.uk,
many of the countries with the cheapest mobile broadband have excellent mobile and fixed broadband infrastructures that allow providers to offer large amounts of data at low prices. In some countries, economic conditions dictate the price, which must remain low so that people can afford it. Some of the most expensive data plans, however, are available in remote island nations in Africa and South America. For example, the Falkland Islands ranks 231st with 1GB of internet costing $38.45, while the same amount of mobile data in St. Helena, a British overseas territory in the South Atlantic, averages $41.06 - over 1,000 times more than in Israel.