India has been ranked sixth on the list of Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing 2022. This is due to the mega spectrum auction for 5G. It’s part of research that examines the cost of 1 GB of mobile data in 233 different nations. Cable.co.uk, a pricing comparison website, compiled a list. Israel topped the list because it was the cheapest, at $0.04 (about Rs 3) per GB. At $41.06 per square meter, Saint Helena, a British Overseas Territory in the South Atlantic Ocean, is the most costly (roughly Rs. 3,500).
Northern America has been crowned the most costly region in the world, with an average price of $4.98 per day (roughly Rs. 400). Israel, Italy, San Marino, Fiji, and India have the lowest data prices.
Mobile Data Prices Around the World
Cable.co.uk compiled a list of how much mobile data will cost throughout the globe in 2022, and India is one of the top five countries with the lowest mobile data pricing. It comes in sixth place and costs $0.17 (roughly Rs. 14). According to the survey, India’s citizens depend extensively on data, resulting in increasing demand and forcing carriers to provide competitive rates. Israel is the global leader in 5G technology, and it will remain so.
Saint Helena, the Falkland Islands, So Tomé and Prncipe, Tokelau, and Yemen are the five most costly destinations for mobile data. Four of the five nations are located on islands, with the other two in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is also the second most costly of the 13 worldwide areas, with an average price of $4.47.
The cheapest nations have excellent infrastructure and a large population that is reliant on them. Countries with the greatest expenses have limited consumption and poor infrastructure.