100Mbps Internet Connection For 11 USD Per Month

Danny Choo is a guestblogger on Boing Boing. Danny resides in Tokyo, and blogs about life in Japan and Japanese subculture – he also works part time for the empire.

This Japan Telecom chap is installing our second optic fiber 100Mbps Internet connection which I'm currently using to dish out images for dannychoo.com from a Mac Mini – uncapped connection with an average of 64Mbps down/55Mbps up. Cost is 11 USD per month with no setup fees either.

The installation takes less than an hour and you can watch the whole process in my previous article.

I remember when I first started out using the Internets back in the UK over ten years ago on a 56k modem – my first phone bill was over 200 pounds!
How much does the Internets cost you in your region? Is it cheap or does your ISP require 7.2 pints of blood from you?