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Connecting the Unserved and Underserved in Africa

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White Papers

It’s understood universally that people everywhere need access to the Internet to enjoy its many economic and social benefits, ranging from broader employment prospects to social services and educational opportunities. The size of the “unconnected” can be measured many ways, but one fact remains: those who have no Internet access (the “unserved”) and those who have inadequate service (the “underserved”) can be found in every country, largely in rural and hard to reach places, but also in semi-urban and suburban areas.

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