(Latin America) As GSMA, approximately 3 billion people or half the world’s population lives and works in rural areas without access to telecommunications.
14.09.2009 | (Latin America) Millions of people live in Latin America and the biggest obstacle for integration is that traditional GSM technology is designed for dense populations and a relatively affluent market. As such, it doesn’t fit the needs and unique challenges of remote rural areas…
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