The price of internet service in the UK has fallen sharply in the past few months.
The average monthly bill in the second quarter of this year was £20,000, down £7 from the previous quarter, while the average monthly broadband bill fell by £2,500.
In the last 12 months, average prices for broadband has risen by more than a fifth, from £21,000 to £23,000.
However, the average bill for a basic package is still £16,000 a year, down from £19,000 in 2016.
This could be because more people are paying for internet access, or because of higher prices for streaming content, but both could be at play.
In the UK, the price of an average package of broadband is £17,000 compared to £22,000 for a similar package in the US.
The UK’s internet price is also much lower than in the rest of the world, as we can see in this chart from the British Telecom (BT) website.
UK prices have fallen in the last year.
The price of the average package has risen more than half compared to the same period in 2016, but the average price of a basic broadband package has fallen by less than half.
This suggests that there is a demand for broadband internet service, and that people are able to afford the cost of the service.
There is also some evidence to suggest that more people in the country are now using the internet to access their jobs and social life.
According to the UK Statistics Authority, the number of broadband subscribers has doubled since 2010, rising from a little over 500,000 people to over 4 million.
However this is still a small number of people, as the average household size in the United Kingdom is just over 2,000 households.
The figure for the number accessing the internet for work in the same year was slightly higher at 1.9 million.
With the average UK broadband bill rising by nearly £1,500 a year in the 12 months to March 2017, the potential demand for internet service could be very high.
If this trend continues, the rise in the cost and availability of internet access could also have a knock-on effect on the cost for other goods and services, such as transport.
This is because many people rely on internet connectivity for the majority of their everyday activities, such and things like buying groceries and gas.
It is also likely that the increased demand for online services will lead to more internet service providers and broadband providers charging higher prices to consumers.
It is important to note that it is very difficult to predict exactly how high internet prices will rise, or what the impact will be on the economy as a whole.
However we do know that this has already happened, and has had a significant impact on the UK economy.
Source: The Independent