You probably want to buy an expensive wireless internet plan because of the high prices, but if you don’t, you could end up with a $30 internet bill.
You could save yourself money and still have a lousy wireless internet connection, according to new research.
The research was conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland.
The researchers looked at what it costs to get a wireless internet in the US and then compared it to what you could expect in the rest of the world.
Using data from a 2014 survey of more than 7,000 people, they found that an average American family pays about $40 per month for a wireless Internet service.
That’s about $2,000 per month per household.
But that’s not necessarily the case.
According to the researchers, the US average is actually $1,100 per month.
So the $40 figure comes from an average US household spending about $1.6 million a year.
What they found is that, when it comes to the actual cost of wireless internet service, the United States is actually cheaper than most of the rest the world when it came to the cost of the service, and it’s actually cheaper when it’s cheaper.
“We found that the average US wireless ISP is a little bit cheaper than the average international ISP, which is pretty good news,” the researchers said in a press release.
For example, a US ISP costs about $80 per month to provide service in the United Kingdom, while an international ISP costs $140 per month in the UK.
However, when you factor in taxes, the average American household has a total wireless Internet bill of about $10,000 a year, the researchers found.
That makes it more affordable than the rest, even though the average person in the U.S. pays about 25% more than the typical Briton or German, the study found.
When it comes down to the wireless Internet prices, the biggest reason why an average household is paying more is because they’re paying more for a higher-quality service, according the researchers.
To get a better wireless internet experience, the authors recommend that people buy a good, high-speed, fast wireless network with the wireless provider’s lowest monthly cost.
If you’re a wireless service provider, the report recommends using a fast, reliable network that offers high speeds and data caps.
If you don, use a wireless network that’s available with no caps and lets you set your own monthly data allotments.