Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Africa has one of the most highly developed mobile workforces in the world, even in the poorer and least developed countries on the continent, says Eric Anderbjork, Nokia enterprise solutions head for Middle East and Africa.

Anderbjork says a limited and unreliable fixed-line infrastructure has led to the rapid adoption of wireless technology by African countries, led by South Africa, which is one of the biggest users of mobile data in the world.

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Source: MobAfrica (link opens in a new window)