Africa: Mobile Phones On the Rise in Africa, Internet Use Inching Up
October 16, 2013 Editor 0
[Afrobarometer]Nairobi -Seven in ten Africans own their own mobile phones, with access essentially universal in Algeria and Senegal, according to Afrobarometer findings from across 34 countries.
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