In Tanzania, local entrepreneurs in three communities – Dar-es-Salaam, Dodoma and Arusha – were presented a new business prospect and a much needed resource: access to high-speed wireless Internet connectivity. With 36 percent of the country’s population living under the poverty line,1 this new business idea was readily adopted. Internet cafés in these three cities are now connected to a mobile broadband network, enabling locals to gain high-speed access to the vast repository of information and multimedia services found on the Internet.
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Wireless Reach Case Study: Tanzania, Internet Cafes (English)
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