Are you ready for Globalisation 2.0?, by Tim Weber
Tuesday, March 22, 2005
In Nigeria, the average mobile phone generates $55 (?29.15) in revenue every month. In Rwanda and Mozambique, two of the world’s poorest nations, it is $20 (?10.60). It’s not that Africans are mobile phone crazy. Rather, many phone owners make money by reselling airtime to their local communities.
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Source: BBC News