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The Mozambican Government has made reforms to support national Internet development. Despite these steps, the nation still lags much of the continent in terms of connectivity.
In Nigeria, PCs are more common than mobile devices, but the difference is still not a landslide (although it is statistically significant). Windows may be the most common operating system, but browsers are even less clear-cut. Nokia, Firefox, and Opera all have between 17% and 20% share.
Internet growth is not moving in Zambia despite a shift from satellite to fibre. In 2012, it was predicted that mass market Internet use could occur for the first time in Zambia within a year.
African nations are rapidly going online. We anticipate positive developments with definite challenges in execution for 2013.
Djibouti Telecom and Ericsson announced a contract for 3G networks back in September 2011. Mobile broadband service is finally set to launch in mid-January 2013.
The use of mobile devices is already approaching 100% in urban areas of Zimbabwe but access lags in rural areas.