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Mobile data getting cheaper in the Netherlands but country holds 151th place out of 230 countries

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Prices per GB are on the decrease in the Netherlands, mainly because data bundles are getting bigger, while prices are staying the same, according to the latest study from Telecompaper.
The research was started after the recent adjustment by Vodafone and KPN of tariffs and bundles, and looks at over 60 subscriptions from a number of companies.
These include the country’s four MNOs, knowing that Tele Netherlands is still operating independently from T-Mobile Netherlands, plus MVNO Simpel, Youfone and sub-brands Simyo, Ben, Telfort and Hollandsnieuwe.


Comparison site Cable.co.uk launched report which found that in the Netherlands the average price per gigabyte for mobile data was $7.99. It puts the Netherlands in151th place out of 230 countries. This price is based on buying SIMs with data on them. The cheapest Netherlands SIM was just $0.90 while the most expensive was an eye watering $37.69 per gigabyte.

The average cost per gigabyte among the three cheapest countries for mobile data were India $0.26 (£0.20), Kyrgyzstan $0.27 (£0.21) and Kazakhstan $0.49 (£0.38).

Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium are all more expensive than the UK. At the other end of the scale the cheapest European countries are Finland $1.16 (£0.90), followed by Monaco $1.21 (£0.93) and Poland $1.32 (£101).

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