I suppose the article should be rewritten for clarity, as most people aren't realizing those are wage-adjusted numbers. In nations with high average monthly incomes, like Canada, they're adjusted downwards.
Here in Saskatchewan we get 300Mb/s connection $110/month after taxes which includes the second tier tv programs and the Voip phone with a certain amount of free long distance calls no data caps from Shaw and think Sasktel offers a similar price/package ! We also have the Gigabyte option but feel no need for it as we only have 2 laptops, 3 cell phones, 3 desktops and 2 TVs hooked up to it ! Wifi that is included is a bit sticky with the newer HP laptop and 10th gen processor so might either try a separate wifi router and set up a new wifi or might look into upgrading the included wifi adapter card inside ! this is in Prince Albert and where do you live ? Out in a rural area or city ?
Here up to 100Mb/s the cheapest price $63/month and the highest price $71 depends on bundling of internet packets, but when I'm calculated we must pay 9,6%~10% of GDP and for people from the lowest income must pay 22%~30% of GDP while you just pay 0.4% of GDP... HOLY CRAP......!!!!! AAAGGRRHHH.......!!!!!! that's dirt cheap man T.T