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Author: Catherine Arteaga
Publication Date: 8月 14 2019
Pages: 8
Report Type: Teligen



OECD Mobile Broadband Price Benchmarking Q2 2019

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Report Summary:

OECD Mobile Broadband Price Benchmarking Q2 2019 update: 1GB for 15 days Vs 2GB per month; 10 offers under USD/PPP 10, Orange – Luxembourg offers best price Vs speed.

The Q2 2019 update of the OECD Mobile Broadband Price Benchmarking service is now available for download, and includes over 1,600 mobile broadband tariff plans from 108 providers across 37 countries. With Lithuania now part of the OECD, Lithuanian providers Telia, Tele2 and Bite now feature in the system.

For a lower user requiring 1GB of mobile data for 15 days per month, Teligen observed 17 offers all under USD/PPP 10 but with very different speed and data levels. Overall cheapest is T-Mobile Poland, with a 2GB plan at a speed of 7.2 Mbps, followed by Pelephone in Israel, with a 10GB data, at a low 4 Mbps offering. Orange in Luxembourg is third cheapest, which offers 1GB but at a superfast speed of 150 Mbps and a competitive price of USD/PPP 5.25.

For a monthly requirement of 2GB, there are only 10 offers under USD/PPP 10, again with very different speed and data levels. T-Mobile Poland and Pelephone in Israel still the cheapest offers with very low speeds, followed by Swiss Sunrise and Wind-Greece. Fifth cheapest is Turkish Avea, with a 2GB/150 Mbps plan at a price of USD/PPP 8.73

Claro in Colombia remain the most expensive for those baskets and is currently the only operator offering the service in the country, with a plan of 5GB of data at almost USD/PPP 57 and a speed of 20 Mbps. Slightly cheaper is SoftBank of Japan, but with a speed of 110 Mbps.

Source: OECD Mobile Broadband Price Benchmarking, June 2019, Teligen

We have found a number of providers moving away from pure mobile broadband tariffs, and instead offering mobile data only within a mobile voice tariff.  Both Movistar and Tigo in Colombia, Cellcom in Israel, and Yoigo in Spain no longer offer mobile broadband-only pricing. this We anticipate seeing more providers following this trend in the future.

Since the March 2018 update, the OECD Mobile Broadband Price Benchmarking Service has included the new OECD 2017 baskets, and these are shown in the table below. There is now no distinction between device types, so all baskets can be used with any device. In addition, the usage tiers have been expanded to include a 20GB and a 50GB basket. Further, two short-term usage baskets have been included.


The 2010 baskets are still available within the system.

Historical pricing for the OECD countries over several years is also available. Please contact us for more details.

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