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African telecom operators are known for their uptempo Twitter accounts.
mHealth Africa, a new project to spread healthcare through mobile tech in emerging countries, has started with phenomenal momentum after releasing a top-notch infographic.
Independent tests in Dar Es Salaam’s mobile networks have shown significant differences in QoS between Tanzanian mobile operators.
A summary of Africa’s appeal to telecoms operators, along with the turn-offs.
According to 2010 estimates, Equatorial Guinea generates a GDP of nearly $37,000 per capita – a sum 74 times greater than that found in Zimbabwe. Therefore, why does Equatorial Guinea, a nation with one of the highest GDP’s per capita in the world (and the highest in Africa) have some of the worst levels of Internet connectivity?