Mobile phone credit instead of bread? For many Kenyans, a real dilemma
November 16, 2012 Editor 0
What would you give up to continue using your mobile phone? For most of the six billion mobile subscribers around the world, the sacrifice might be measured in terms of a marginal loss of privacy, or of time.
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