I've long complained about choices in internet access where I live. I've moaned and groaned about having no signal most of the time, and I've gotten downright angry and frustrated at being cut off every ten minutes.
I recently read you can buy limited internet access in the Congo for $600 a month. In the Falkan Islands, you can get 4 GB per month for $119. Per month.
In Lebanon, the price is 60 times higher than other countries for only 2 GB per month. Antarctica pays $150 per month for 256 MB.
In Syria, you must wait up to six months to get hooked up after signing a contract, and less than two percent of the population has internet service. In Iran, high speed internet is available only to commercial firms, and the cost purportedly is high.
About seventy percent of the population of Kazakhstan with internet service is still on dial-up. In Nepal, less than two percent of the population uses the internet.
Only one provider exists in the entire country of Libya, and service there is minimal.
Okay, so maybe I should stop whining so much about my own dial-up and the high price of faster services...