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Like last month, the majority of YouTube videos highlighting ICT progress come from East Africa and Ghana, but this month also includes Namibia and Tunisia.
The second part of this week’s African Internet news round-up consists of 44 stories that focus on African ICT trends.
African mobile ARPUs vary so much across different countries in Africa and there is less 3G and 4G than one would expect.
African nations are rapidly going online. We anticipate positive developments with definite challenges in execution for 2013.
As of April 2013, mobile operators in Namibia, Angola, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, and Mauritius all offer 4G LTE service.
Anat Bar-Gera, co-founder of 4G Africa, a broadband wireless Internet service provider operating in Cameroon, gave a short presentation at December 2011’s TEDxBayArea.