These comparisons are, of course, problematic. But still engaging especially in the context of the launch of the Alliance for an Affordable Internet. Thailand yields no data. And I assume they work off advertised speeds rather than real
The Economist provides a nice interactive map. Sri Lanka appears to do best (USD 6.6) among the South Asian countries and Bangladesh terribly (USD 27.3).
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