The countries with the cheapest Internet are, in this order, Syria and Sudan with an average cost of 2 dollars and 5 dollars per month, respectively.
Everyone knows that the price of Internet in Spain is higher than other European countriesbut surely you have always wondered What are the countries in the world with the cheapest Internet connection?.
Well now, thanks to a study by price comparison website Cable.co.uk we can confirm what countries they are and how much Internet access costs in each of them. As a spoiler, we can already tell you that the cost of the Internet connection in these countries is between 2 and 8 dollars per month.
These are the countries in the world with the cheapest Internet
This report produced by Cable.co.uk analyzes the average price of access to a broadband connection in a total of 220 countries around the world.
In this sense, those responsible for this study explain that there are a number of countries such as the Central African Republic, Western Sahara, Guinea, North Korea, Malawi, NigerSouth Sudan, Vatican City or Venezuela who have been excluded from it because do not have broadband services for the home, because the broadband network is not widely available or because its currency is unstable.
As you can see in the image that we leave you on these lines, the countries in the world in which the Internet connection is cheaper are, in this order, Syria with an average price of $2.15 per monthSudan with an average cost of $4.80 per monthBelarus and Ukraine with an average monthly price of $7.40 and Russia at a cost of $8.07 per month.
On the other side of the coin we find the countries with the most expensive Internet in the world, a classification led by Burundi with an average monthly cost of $429.95followed closely by Sierra Leone with a monthly average price of $316.69 and by Brunei with a monthly amount of $258.42.
This quintet is completed by the British Virgin Islands with an average cost of $184 per month and the Turks and Caicos Islands with a monthly price of $170.50.