First of all, all the non european countries wondering why they not included in this survey; this is EUROPEAN survey. Read title please. Another thing to point out, European have lower average data usage for a good good reason. Their Wifi are simply faster and more widely available. You all bragging your huge average data usage in your country only shows how terrible Wifi availability and speed in your country. Now you see the differences between developed countries and non developed countries.
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2017Still baffled that unlimited isn't widely available and resonably priced!It's like removing the 3.5mm jack, removable batteries etc. They do it because people accept it. I imagine if they try that shit in India. They will be bankrupt in no time.
ProJames, 04 Dec 2017Yeah, but at which speed? You guys have a ''4G'' network with 3G speeds. You pay almost nothin... moreActually 3G speeds (If 7+ mbps) is enough for anything, especially with low pings.
What's the point of having ultra fast 2-3GB per monts when it will be gone in a matter of minutes at full speed?
Besides, it can easily be fast enough and cheap enough. In my country we get unlimited 4G and unlimited calls for 25E and typical speeds are 50mbps (Up to 100mbps)
Here in Argentina i get 2GB/month and unlimited calls for 17$ and the extra GB cost 5$ :c
The good thing about the service here is the fast speed, so i can spend all the monthly pack in a few seconds :D
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2017In Malaysia, on top of subscribing to monthly internet plan of 10GB for around 15$, I get free... moreIn Poland I can get as many 2GB packages for 1.3$ as I want. They also have promotions, like 7GB for 1$ for the summer, etc.
In general I use about 2GB of data a month mostly because there's much faster Wi-Fi everywhere, including a 600Mb/s at home that I pay 30$ a month for. I never pay more than 5$ a month for my phone service.
I move between Poland and Canada, where the service speeds, package sizes and prices are absolutely vintage and archaic.
AdamBoy64, 04 Dec 201713Gb a month..?Yeah, we don't have too many limited data plans in here. There are some carriers which offer those (like Moi; 6 euros/month, 4 GB of 4G-data), but most of the 4G-plans offered here are unlimited.
I pay 11 euros a month for the next 11 months, that's unlimited and comes with 10 GB's of free roaming 4G-data in EU + unlimited and unrestricted 4G-data in Nordic and Baltic countries. Only bad thing about this plan is the restricted speed of 50M, but yeah... That's fast enough for Spotify and Netflix. My carrier is Elisa. Normal pricing for this plan seems to be about 30 euros a month, quite expensive.
every month i have 100 gb 4g but i used daily 4 gb some times in 20 days i finsh my internet
Wait hold up. I average around 300GB per month. The joys of having the old Three network data tariffs with unlimited data. I mean you can't really complain for £20 per month
ithehappy, 04 Dec 2017LoL its a cellular network, even with the best carrier and most solid signal you are never goi... moreI do not deny that Jio quickly rewrote the rules of the Indian telco market, but I cannot call their network "4G". 3.9G at max because some places have VoLTE.
And our place has 750Mbps speeds (SD835/E8895 only), we are really closing in Gigabit broadband speeds. Next year we'll be there.
Still baffled that unlimited isn't widely available and resonably priced!
In Malaysia, on top of subscribing to monthly internet plan of 10GB for around 15$, I get free 1GB everyday, 2GB each weekend, 10GB for Instagram and facebook.. And I still think it's not enough lol
Olislusan, 04 Dec 2017Sadly here 2GB/month = 15$ and slow as hell!!15 dollars for 2 gb...thats a rip off big time...
In Romania is better to use prepay sim cards. 56% of sim number are at prepay and onlu 46 are abonaments.
with 6 euro per 30 day you have ~ 50 Gb Internet. But Vodafone Orange an Telekom they don't say direct you have 50 gb per 30 Days. They give us bonus up to 30 gb and bonus for recharge and bonus for many other thinks.
Here you cand see standard offerts: