Australia's internet prices are quite good now. Just a few years ago it was normal to be paying $70 for just 10GB a month with either excess charges per MB or being capped to 64kbps. Now for $70 you can get 200GB depending on the ISP and/or where you live. I'm in a rural area and consider myself very lucky. I can get ADSL (5599 kbps usually, up to 6000 kbps on a good day) and am currently paying $90 a month and get capped to 128kbps if I exceed my quota (100GB). 100GB doesn't sound like much for $90... however, I also get loads of unmetered content (doesn't count towards my quota) -- I can download most Steam games completely quota free, I can watch and download demos/videos/mods/patches from http://games.on.net/, I can watch some TV shows online, etc. So really I use far beyond that 100GB. Well worth it IMO. Feel sorry for those who can't get decent internet though. Really must suck. One thing that really pisses me off is seeing some people complain about their "slow" 25mbps connection with unlimited quota.