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Zimbabwe Ranks As The World’s 4th Most Expensive Country For Broadband Internet

Harare, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe ranks among the top 10 countries with the most expensive internet costs, according to new research by U.K. price comparison site comparethemarket.com.


According to the site, Zimbabwe ranks as the world’s 4th most expensive country for broadband, with people paying an average of $80.27 USD per month. In contrast, Ukraine has the cheapest broadband in the world, with monthly costs of around $6.08 USD.


Ethiopia has the most expensive broadband costs in the world, with monthly fees totaling about $423.88 USD per month.



Here are the top 10 countries with the most expensive internet costs:

  1. Ethiopia — $423.88 USD per month
  2. United Arab Emirates — $98.80 USD per month
  3. Qatar — $86.90 USD per month
  4. Zimbabwe — $80.27 USD per month
  5. Oman — $76.06 USD per month
  6. Honduras — $75.80 USD per month
  7. Saudi Arabia — $69.73 USD per month
  8. Iceland — $68.48 USD per month
  9. United States — $66.13 USD per month
  10. Guatemala – $64.70 USD per month


Here are the top 10 countries with the cheapest internet costs:

  1. Ukraine — $6.08 USD per month
  2. Russia — $6.91 USD per month
  3. Romania — $8.68 USD per month
  4. Moldova — $10.10 USD per month
  5. India — $10.29 USD per month
  6. Vietnam — $10.70 USD per month
  7. Kazakhstan — $11.44 USD per month
  8. Bulgaria — $12.03 USD per month
  9. Turkey — $12.52 USD per month
  10. Belarus — $12.90 USD per month


The company says there are about 4.66 billion active internet users worldwide — nearly 60% of the global population.

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