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Smartphone usage is driven by South African, Kenyan, and Nigerian consumers under 30 years of age who work full time or are still in school and own a smartphone costing less than USD 150.
A year-long study at four Ericsson Connect To Learn schools in rural Kenya and Uganda confirms many known challenges faced by remote schools.
Ericsson projects that, by 2019, the Middle East and Africa will see 70% of mobile subscriptions as WCDMA/HSPA (3G).
A report from Ericsson finds the overall picture for global mobile broadband growth to be rosy, but what does it mean for Africa?
Cheap mobile for SA, Skype and 2G, Zimbabwean web user stats, IBM in Kenya, Libyan social media action