The UK was this week dubbed "rip off broadband Britain" by independent analysts Point Topic.
The company said that the UK was suffering from BT's high broadband costs that were more than double those of some European countries.
BT charges £30 per month in the UK compared to £12 in Belgium, £14 in Spain and £18 in France.
France Telecom even offered a home connection cheaper than wholesale in a bid to attract more users.
In the UK, Belgium and Italy, the incumbent telcos' retail prices are higher than the wholesale price, but only by between 12 and 17 per cent.
A Point Topic spokesman explained that price margins were too narrow which meant that competitors could not compete with companies like BT. He called on European competition authorities to address the problem.
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