Fixed broad band service costs consumers 7.1 percent of gross national income per capita per month
well above the five percent threshold recommended by the International Telecommunications Union.
It added that Austria has the least expensive prepaid computer-based mobile-broadband in the world at 0.16 percent of GNI per capita and Qatar has the cheapest service among Arab countries at 0.38 percent of GNI per capita per month
The most recent vulnerability survey found that 86 per cent of people lived below the Jordanian poverty line of about $95 per capita per month
In 2011, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) had hit out at the Planning Commission for informing the Supreme Court that the poverty line for the urban and rural areas could be provisionally placed at ` 965 per capita per month
( around ` 32 per day) and ` 781 per capita per month
( around ` 26 per day), respectively.
However, its consumption per capita per month
was lower than non oil producing state like Western Bahr el Ghazal.
In September 2011, the Indian Planning Commission presented new estimates for the country's poverty lines in urban and rural areas, setting these thresholds at 965 and 781 rupees per capita per month
(or about 32 and 26 rupees per capita per day), respectively.
Although, the World Bank (2010) did not report the estimated poverty line, it appears to be less than Rs 1000 per capita per month
. This can be deduced from quintile ranges of per capita consumption expenditure given in Table 4.1, Appendix - A of HIES Report, 2007-08.
According to the Current Account Method per capita per month
savings have been worked out by deducting the per capita per month
consumption expenditure (i.e.
* $85 was the average benefit per capita per month
4 Number of electronic documents delivered per capita per month
For rural areas for 1979, these are taken as expenditures of Rs 80, Rs 90, Rs 100 and Rs 110 per capita per month
. Corresponding urban cut-off points are taken to be Rs 10 higher in each alternative case, but this should not be read as implying that the urban cost of living is Rs 10 per capita higher in urban areas.