Zim Has Most Expensive Mobile Data In The World - Report
Zimbabwe has the highest mobile data tariffs in the world, while India has the cheapest, according to a study.
The survey was conducted by Cable.co.uk. Part of the analysis of the survey reads as follows:
The mobile data survey found that 1GB will set you back $75.20 on average in Zimbabwe – the most expensive country – meaning streaming a Netflix film in HD would likely cost in excess of $350.Feedback
… the greatest divergences in mobile data cost can be found in Africa: sub-Saharan Africa has three countries among the top ten cheapest in the world – Rwanda at $0.56, Sudan at $0.68 and the Democratic Republic of Congo at $0.88.
The region also has four of the six most expensive countries on the list, with Zimbabwe joined by Equatorial Guinea $65.83, Saint Helena $55.47 and Djibouti $37.92.
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