The market of new-generation fixed-line broadband internet connections has finally started moving in Greece.
According to the statistics of the National Commission for Telecommunications and Post (EETT), up to the summer of 2018 some 2,700 connections were installed concerning speeds of 100 megabits per second (Mbps) or more.
A new study from research group M-Laband Cable.co.uk has examined ISPs and 3,303 packages from 195 countries across the world to produce a comparison of fixed line broadband prices, which reveals that the average monthly cost of internet access is cheapest in the Ukraine ( USD), while the UK ranks only 61st (.58), according to ispreview.co.uk
While broadband access in Greece is increasing, the country still lags in the critical sectors of mobile and fiber-optic broadband. As far as the former is concerned, the country ranks 35th among the 37 OECD member countries, while in terms of the latter, it remains stable, coming last in 37th place.