July 04, 2013

Japanese customers pay second highest fees for international data roaming according to 2011, OECD report



"Australians pay some of the highest international data roaming charges in the world, according to a 2011 OECD report. A one megabyte data session costs us around $12, with only people from Japan ($12.50) and Chile ($15) paying more. At the other end of the scale you'd pay around $2 for the same megabyte of data if you were from Iceland, Sweden, Finland or Norway. "




Source: Does the global roaming crackdown go far enough?
July 3rd, 2013
Adam Turner
THE AGE

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