Africa: Has Seacom changed anything?

TechMasai writes a post about Seacom, the East African undersea cable in a post titled, “A Month Has Passed After Seacom Arrived, Has Anything Actually Changed?”

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  • Seacom has changed my life. i am now online 18 hours a day i work online in a most remote area in kenya called njoro Nakuru and have access to the best knowledge through a Wimax device connected to the KDN fiber optic cable network. KDN is one of the companies selling the SEACOM bandwidth. i got connected to the internet one month after SEACOM landed. the bandwidth is so fairly affordable, we can use VOIP and PnP to call Free online and Give reports to our listeners. Our audience is so excited that we can maintain the connection for a long time. It has transformed our radio and the way we live, work and shape the life of the Revival Nation, Kenya
    God Bless Seacom.

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