I can get a theoretical 24Mb/s plan in NZ for $30NZD if cabinitised and 8Mb/s if not cabinitised. Hence they are not comparable to the Moscow plan on price or speed.
Essentially what you have is a trade off between speed, price and data cap. The Moscow plan gives you data and the exepnse of price and speed.
The "theoretical 24Mb/s plan in NZ for $30NZD" is NOT the other side of the coin to an unlimited plan like the ones in Moscow. That plan has a 500MB cap, which makes the speed useless. Oh, and it's 128kbps up, meaning you won't get anything near 24Mbps.