Mobile Data Rates Lowest in Japan, Highest in US

U.S. mobile users pay more than USD40 a month for 2GB of data while Japanese mobile users pay just over USD10 for the same plan (4G LTE speeds – Verizon for the U.S.), according to an infographic by the blog Android Tablet Fanatic.

South Korea, Japan and Finland deliver the "best value for heavy data users." The four cheapest countries also are operating at 4G speeds and include three of the "fastest mobile operators on Earth": Sweden, South Korea and Japan.

The infographic also shows page views per tablet device (Android vs. iPad). Android users had about twice as many page views on mobile networks than their Apple counterparts.

See also: Priciest Mobile Internet in the World: US

Source: MSNBC, Android Tablet Fanatic

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