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Author: Josie Sephton
Publication Date: 6月 06 2017
Pages: 7
Report Type: Insight, Word



Fixed Broadband: Speed is king, but at what price?

Report Summary:

The average advertised download speed of services across the OECD countries is now in excess of 130 Mb/s[1], with 20% of services offering speeds of 200 Mb/s or more.

Users can expect to pay almost double for a 100 Mb/s + service, compared to a basic broadband service. Bulgaria (Bulsatcom), Lithuania (Init), Latvia (Livas), Romania (UPC) and the Slovak Republic (Swan/Max Multiemedia) consistently offer the least expensive offers.

For users requiring higher speeds of 50 Mbp/s, the US (Verizon), Cyprus (CYTAnet) and Colombia (Claro) feature as the most expensive, based on the lowest overall offer per country.

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OECD Fixed Broadband Price Benchmarking 
Higher Speed means Higher Price 
Eastern Europe Dominates Top Ten Cheapest Fixed Broadband Offers 
Service speeds have grown 
Contact information 

Figure 1: Average Monthly Broadband Price by Speed
Figure 2: Ten Least Expensive OCED Broadband Countries by Speed
Figure 3: Five Least Expensive providers/countries by speed
Figure 4: Least and most Expensive 50 Mb/s fixed broadband offers in the OECD countries. 
Figure 5: OECD average advertised download speeds, 2014-2017

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