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Broadband penetration remains lowest in Africa – ITU

by Paul Adepoju
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The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has revealed Africa is the continent that has the lowest broadband penetration in the world, despite the increasing mobile penetration on the continent.

In the latest ITU’s ICT Facts & Figures report, it said mobile broadband subscriptions in Africa currently stands at 17.4%.

According to the ITU report, mobile-broadband penetration levels are highest in Europe and the Americas, at around 78 active subscriptions per 100 inhabitants.

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