A regular study by the European Commission has once again confirmed that the Czech Republic has one of the most expensive mobile tariffs in the European Union.
Mobile users from neighbouring countries are significantly better off than they are over here.
The Czech Republic was the worst of the entire “twenty-seven” in virtually all twelve consumer baskets compared, combining different data volumes with different numbers of free minutes.
The last place is shared with Cyprus, compared to which the Czechia did better only in a basket with 20 GB of data and no free minutes.
Cyprus, on the other hand, performed better with a basket with 0.5 GB of data and 30 free minutes.
Placed at the top of each of the consumer baskets, Poland is traditionally the best-rated country for its cheap offers.
Czech mobile users pay almost eight times more for this volume of services than Polish ones.
It is the offers of Polish operators that are very often mentioned as a counterweight to the expensive mobile services of domestic operators.
In terms of the most attractive prices, Poland is followed by Romania, Estonia, Spain, Ireland and Slovenia.
The European Commission collected data for the current comparison during the last three weeks, specifically from 5 to 25 October 2020.