"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