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Nigeria benefit from the high most cost-effective web in West Africa

the few international locations in West Africa which have web packages promoting at a really low-cost value worth.

The price of 1-gigabit broadband web knowledge in Ghana is lower than $5 in comparison with most West African international locations the place the worth for a similar quantity of knowledge is bought for $15.6.

In keeping with a 2018 report by the Alliance for Reasonably priced web, Nigerians loved the most affordable web within the sub-region.

1 gigabit of broadband knowledge in Nigeria value $2.74 (equal to ₦1,000) on common whereas Guinea-Bissau had the most costly web, with a gigabit promoting at $15.66 (equal to ₦6,000) on common.

Ghana, which has the fourth most cost-effective web in West Africa sells a gigabit for $4.10 (equal to ₦2,000) on common.

Senegal and Niger got here second and third respectively on the rating for most cost-effective web. The price of one gigabit sells for $3.48 (equal to ₦1,500) in each international locations.

Sierra Leone is the one West African nation after Guinea-Bissau to have a gigabit promoting past $10. It’s bought for a little bit over $14 (equal to 7,000) in that nation.

The outcomes of the report didn’t keep in mind the velocity of web connectivity in numerous international locations.

See the infographic under for the place of the opposite West Africa international locations.

Data cost Infographic

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