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African ICT-themed video clips from August and September 2013 revolve around LTE, online business, and challenges facing South Africa.
Video is a great way to experience how Africans are accessing the internet. Top clips from June-July 2013 revolve around mobile and broadband.
Highlights from the LTE Africa conference held in July 2013 include statistics, outlook, and recommendations for industry players.
A report from Ericsson finds the overall picture for global mobile broadband growth to be rosy, but what does it mean for Africa?
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.
3G for Djibouti, Ivory Coast; joint 4G licensing in Kenya; LTE not 4G in South Africa; Bharti brings 2G/3G to 7 nations; 18% annual mobile growth in Africa