Latin America: Cost of internet has fallen 60 percent over last two years

Posted on October 12, 2012 • Filed under: Business, Economy, Internet

In 2010, the region had a web access very poor and 20 times more expensive than in developed countries, but that situation has been alleviated since then, said Mario Castillo in Quito, Project Coordinator-ECLA @ lis, which promotes information technology.

In March of that year, the average cost of a service of a megabyte per second was about $ 57 (44 euros), an amount that fell last July to about $ 21 (16.2 euros), representing a reduction of 63%, according to the Observatory of Regional Broadband (ORBA) of ECLAC. Read Article

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