A British website that regularly surveys broadband packages globally has ranked Australia 113th out of 206 countries that it looked at between 28 November 2019 and 8 January this year.
An evaluation of 3351 individual broadband plans in 196 countries has found that Iran offers the cheapest plan, with an average cost of US$5.37 per month. Burkina Faso was the most expensive with an average of US$954.54.
Australians who claim that their country stands alone as one that is providing slower broadband to the people are off the mark if one judges by the arguments being mounted in the UK against the provision of fibre to the premises (FttP).
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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