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OECD Fixed Broadband

OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking Q4 2019

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Report Summary:

The latest OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking service is now available for download. The current update includes 2762 single and bundled broadband plans from the 36 OECD countries as well as 7 additional countries, 43 countries in all. There are 155 providers covered in the service from all 43 countries.

Brazil has been added to the latest OECD Fixed broadband Price Benchmarking service. Brazil is a Key Partner country for the OECD and data is now being added to our OECD services. For the fixed broadband update, data from Claro, Vivo Telefonica and Oi has been added for the first time.

Comparing results from Q1 and Q4 of 2019, in the medium user 15GB per month with speeds over 0.250 Mb/s the new entrant, Brazil, ranks very favourably. As shown in the graph below, Q4 December 2019, Brazil’s cheapest offering for the lowest medium basket, from Vivo Telefonica, jumps straight into second place, only beaten by an offer from UPC in Hungary. It will be interesting to see if Brazil maintains this place going forward. Other movers and shakers in the top ten are Denmark making an entrance with an offering from Dansk Kabel TV and Korea and Finland dropping out of the top 10 altogether. Otherwise the usual suspects in the top ten have moved around: Austria and Slovakia drop down slightly within the top ten and Bulgaria, Latvia and Estonia move up. Hungary and Romania hold on tight to their claim to the top spots.

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For a medium user 120GB per month with speeds over 100Mb/s Brazil does not do so well. As shown in the graph below, Brazil goes straight to the bottom of the graph. Indeed Belgium and Turkey are replaced in the bottom ten by Iceland and Brazil in the Q4 December 2019 update. Australia, USA, Canada and Greece drop down, while Norway, Mexico, Cyprus and Colombia all move up between the Q1 and Q4 2019 updates.

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