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2013. május 9.

EN - Magasak a nagysebességű vezetékes internet előfizetési átlagárak Magyarországon 2012

This section compares the median prices of the most popular categories of fixed broadband products. Purchasing Power Parity is introduced to better determine the relative costs of broadband offerings. These comparisons must be interpreted taking into account the disparities in consumption patterns of different Member States. In particular, comparisons should be done looking at the speeds, types of offers and technologies that are most popular in each Member State.

The charts below present prices for standalone broadband products and bundles of broadband and fixed telephony with download speeds of 4 to 8 Mbps and 12 to 30 Mbps.

At Member State level, median prices of broadband standalone products with a download speed between 4 and 8 Mbps were the lowest in Latvia (€11.8), Denmark (€15.5) and Romania (€17.2) and the highest in Slovenia (€38.4), Spain (€42.4) and Poland (€49.9). In only 4 out of the 27 countries, no offer was available for this basket (Belgium, Bulgaria, Malta and Portugal). These four countries only had broadband standalone with faster speeds.

In Cyprus and France only one offer was available suggesting that this may not be a typical type of offer in these countries.

Median prices of bundles of fixed broadband access and fixed telephony were the lowest in Romania (€24.2), Germany (€24.3) and Greece (€24.7) and the highest in Hungary (€45.5), Spain (€46) and Cyprus (€57.8). In 8 out of the 27 countries, no offer was available for this category. In Estonia, France and Slovenia, only one offer was available.

Figure 35 shows the median prices of offers including broadband internet access only, with a download speed between 12 and 30 Mbps. The median prices were the lowest in Lithuania (12.3 EUR), Latvia (€16.3) and Romania (€17.2). The median prices were the highest in Hungary (€39.9), Spain (€49.3) and Portugal (€56.7). In only 2 out of the 27 countries, no offer was available for this basket (Czech Republic and Estonia).

Finally, looking at the median prices of bundles of fixed broadband access and fixed telephony, prices were lowest in Sweden (24.6 EUR), Romania (€25.1) and France (€27.1), and highest in the Czech Republic (€49.2), Hungary (€56.3) and Cyprus (€75.8). In 4 out of the 27 countries, no offer was available for this basket (Bulgaria, Estonia, Portugal and Latvia). In 3 other countries, only one offer was available (Finland, Malta, Slovakia).





Source: European Commission