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OECD Fixed Broadband

OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q2 2022

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OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q2 2022

The latest OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking service is now available for download. The current update includes 2430 single and bundled broadband plans from the 37 OECD countries. The system includes both residential and business pricing, however, as business pricing does not form part of the OECD methodology requirement,  these prices are only updated on an annual basis, while residential pricing is updated in full each quarter. Business pricing may be updated on a custom basis, on request. The system covers 116 providers within the OECD countries.

The OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking system contains three groups of baskets, each including five baskets. The system choses the cheapest plan for each provider according to the basket criteria. The basket groups have the same speed ranges but are based on the subscriber usage volume; Low, Medium, and High.


The graph below shows the cheapest result per country for residential users for the OECD Medium 60 GB, >= 25 Mbps basket, with costs presented in USD PPP including VAT per month.
Superonline of Turkey is the overall cheapest for this basket, with its Fiber 25 Mbps Limitsiz 75GB plan. Note that for higher usage levels, an alternative plan might be required. The cost of this plan is just under USD PPP 18.50 per month. DIGI of Hungary is only very fractionally more expensive, with the Diginet 100 unlimited plan. This is followed by Baltcom of Latvia, with a 1Gbps plan for just over USD PPP 18.7 per month. Most expensive provider is Vodafone of Iceland with its Ljósnet - 500GB 100 Mbps plan, at just over USD PPP 67.55 per month – 3.65 times more expensive than the Superonline plan, albeit with significantly more data allowance and speed four times that of Superonline. Second most expensive is AT&T, USA, at just over USD PPP 60 per month, for a 300 Mbps service. The OECD average for this basket is just under USD PPP 36.

Time series data is available within the OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking dashboard, with time series based on a single set of exchange rates and comparative price levels (CPLs), so that changes over time reflect tariff changes rather than changes to exchange rates and CPLs. The dashboard, which allows users to focus on specific countries or operators, and view results over several quarters, is available to subscribers of the service.

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Nacera Touileb: Service Manager, OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking ntouileb@strategyanalytics.com

Bernadette Finn: Associate Director, Teligen Competitive Pricing Analysis bfinn@strategyanalytics.com

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