ComputerWorld Colombia: “Mobile Telephony to Rural Remote Areas with Minor ARPUs to US$2 per Month” 29 Sep, 2009

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(Latin America) According to GSMA, approximately 3.000 millions of persons, or the half of the world population, lives and is employed at rural areas without access to the telecommunications.

Million of these persons live in Latin America and the biggest obstacle to integrate them is that the traditional technology GSM has been designed for dense populations and relatively prosperous markets. As such, he does not adapt himself to the needs and particular challenges of the rural remote areas…

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