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A summary of the telecommunications scene in Cameroon as of December 2012.
The top stories on Internet development and innovation in Central Africa for July 23 to August 9, 2012.
The state of the Internet is rapidly improving all across the African continent. A summary, in 1,000 words.
Smartphones still cost at least $50 and service charges put 3G out of reach for most, even if the service is technically available. LTE, therefore, will be out of reach for 99.9% of Africans.
Generally speaking, heavily Francophone African nations face an extra challenge in communicating developments to the global community. How can they overcome this barrier?
Not surprising, but how can investors and fellow entrepreneurs support these under-represented areas?