TBH, I'm a little tired when I hear, "This does not work in developing countries," blah blah, blah
You are not targeting a developing country; you're targeting an AUDIENCE. Whether in a so-called developed country or not, you have people who can afford expensive/quality products.
So if you sell a $1.2 package, it will be a volume game, and profitability will be challenging. How can you offer Enterprise/quality stuff and expect to sell this cheaply because you're hiding behind the "developing country" mindset?
I've lived in developing countries in Asia for the past 20 years, and I had no issue identifying an audience that could afford my products.
I launched in 2010 the first online supermarket in India (a country that I love and lived 10 years). I was selling the most expensive gourmet products from Delhi to Mumbai and Bangalore: caviar, cheese, chocolate, etc... (+400 imported products), and I had no issue selling them. Of course, my audience was demanding, but my prices were high.
My competitors who failed were the ones always trying to low down prices. If you think people buy a product primarily because of its price, you are missing a big part of the equation.
What I have seen so far is like every industry: a huge mess with lousy practice and low-quality actors. The most incredible part is people offering WordPress hosting and advertising a load of shit fake stuff. When you see their WP website, it's terribly ugly, and when you check their Web Core vitals, they can't even get 100/100 on both mobile and desktop. How come? They explain everywhere that they are the fastest.