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Uganda: Ugandans spend $18 million on Internet access

Scarlett Lion discusses the cost of Internet access in Uganda: “Internet in Uganda is prohibitively expensive. At a fast internet cafe, it will cost about Ush 3,000 per hour ($1.70). It may cost less per hour somewhere else, but the speed of the connection may be so slow that the users ends up spending more time, and therefore more money, to get the same information.”

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