I see a very clever ad on TV currently exploiting just that with a conversation with an elderly Hungarian man about how broadband costs twice as much in NZ as it does in Hungary! Nice work by whichever agency created that campaign.
I hate stuff like this, because it's very easy to get a catchy soundbite without presenting the true context.
For example, the average net monthly wage in Hungary is NZ$783 (or 141,172 HUF).
In New Zealand, if you were on minimum wage your net monthly salary would be NZ$1,972
So the truth is, in real terms Broadband in New Zealand is significantly cheaper than in Hungary.
Edit: and to reference the other countries in that advertising:
Average net monthly wage in Estonia is NZ$1,104
Average net monthly wage in Slovakia is NZ$1,023
So still around half of someone on minimum wage in New Zealand.