eldavojohn writes: "If you live in the EU, you probably enjoy low broadband costs. If you live in Finland, it's even a legal right. If you live in the states, you probably pay a moderate cost. But if you live in the developing world, a UNCTAD report paints your picture pretty grim. Ridiculously high bandwidth costs are inhibiting developing nations from enjoying productive use of the internet — like online banking and market tools."