Same in the UK. I used to pay £15pm for a 2.5Mb connection, now I only pay £12. Not a huge difference but I got free ADSL modem and connection etc so I was happy with £15pm, so £12pm even is better. But 8Mb is slowly creeping in to be the norm over here so I'm hoping that my ISP will offer my that for a good price (fingers crossed smiley) lol
Not right now but probably the costs will fall in the future
Yeah broadband might be falling in Europe but over here in Canada they seem to be going up... well a little bit anyways.
Not for the fast services though, but only for the slow ones, the ISP's apparently are saying that since their costs are rising it is necessary to increase the prices. But then again, it might be because of the amount of downloading we do (not to mention the music...)
However, recently in Toronto they are going to launch a city wide wi-fi network, which is supposed to be really cheap (which seems to be the trend everywhere else), but the wi-fi network is just news right now, I hope it becomes a reality anytime soon... and if it does then I guess costs are falling
Wow, that's a first. Broadband prices growing. I didn't know it could be possible anymore.
Well apparently it is possible My friend just got a letter about 3 weeks ago saying that he needs to pay for the modem rentals, if he doesn't want to buy the modem for $100 (I'm not sure what kind of modem it is... cable may be) and along with that the price is going to increase about $5 Canadian. However, many people don't like that ISP (because they even block bit-torrent and increase price and so on) so a lot are switching to the competitors. Oh well, this might be a first, and I hope it's a last as well!