The Shrinking Digital Divide

The Shrinking Digital Divide

By Michael Kende Mobile telephony grew faster than almost anyone would have predicted 15 years ago, to the point where at least 94% of the world’s population receives a signal. And mobile Internet access has taken off even faster. Mobile Internet service covers at least 48% of the population worldwide and more than 28% of the population worldwide have already subscribed. Read More

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