Data prices: How SA compares to the rest of the world

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Johannesburg - South Africa has the second highest data contract prices among a select group of seven countries, according to a study prompted by the local #datamustfall trend.

Research company Tariffic has compared the prices that South Africans pay for “data only” packages comparative to BRICS-member countries Brazil, Russia, India and China.

The study also compared South Africa’s data-only pricing to emerging African market Kenya and the first-world, developed market of Australia.

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