[NB: Check the byline, thanks. /~Rayne]
I think I’m making things too hard on myself trying to write posts. Sometimes the material is self-evident. Like this:
Cost of 1GB of mobile data:
India 🇮🇳: $0.09 (lowest)
Israel 🇮🇱: $0.11
United States 🇺🇸: $8
Canada 🇨🇦: $12.55 pic.twitter.com/ROLO8QriEw
— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) May 6, 2021
Discuss the reasons why the U.S. is so non-competitive with other developed nations including some that are less developed, and nearly all that are smaller economies, when it comes to mobile data.
You’ll note this is just a comparison of pricing and not speed or accessibility. It’s not good. How do we fix this?
Do note the tweeter, Vala Afshar — his employer relies on mobile data. Why is our country holding his employer back and so many others who also rely on mobile data?