Recent research shows that Poland can boast of really cheap internet access for citizens around the world, while ensuring high transfer speeds.
So far, they have strayed from the countries of the world in terms of quick and cheap access to the global network, but this is a thing of the past. Despite the fact that Poland is not a rich country, like the countries of Western Europe, whose economic development after World War II was not artificially inhibited, they are no longer straying from them in terms of the Internet, and they are even ahead of them in many matters.
According to the latest Internet World Stats survey, in the middle of this year 4.5 billion people had access to the global network, which is more than half the population of our planet. There are still 3 billion people who cannot enjoy it, and today it is the determinant of the development of countries.
However, Picodi.com analysts focused on determining where access to the network is the cheapest and fastest. It turns out that Poland was excellent in this ranking, which we should be proud of. This is due to the rapidly developing telecommunications technologies in our country. And think that only the best will come along with the development of the 5G future network, which is expected to be launched next month.
The results include price lists of 233 largest fiber internet providers in 62 countries around the world. In Poland, you need to pay 10.63 euros for monthly access to the global fiber network, the cheapest is in Ukraine, 5.60 euros, and the most expensive in South Africa, up to 79 euros. However, it must be remembered that in Africa the Internet speed is much lower than in Europe, so it is not surprising that such companies as Facebook or Google want to offer Internet access from balloons, drones and satellites there.
You can find the list of the countries with their ranks below: