Many of us have upgraded from dial-up to cable or DSL because it's become very reasonable in price, and frankly, our patience for dial-up has run thin, especially when we want to ogle graphics-heavy pages. Consider yourself lucky.
In Kazakhstan, it costs about $111 a month for dial-up. Perhaps not the end of the world, but when you consider that the average monthly income for residents of Kazakhstan is $399, that's, well, a whole lot to send some email and read AT. Want DSL? You'll have to shell out $3,355 a month for a 1.5Mbps unlimited DSL line.
So, how much do you pay per month for internet access?