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Tidiane Deme, Director of Google Francophone Africa on the Future of Internet

Although it is estimated that 8.8% of the population in Africa is connected (twenty times more than in 2000), the director of Google Francophone Africa, Tidiane Deme argues that the cost of broadband on average in Africa is still too steep [fr] for individual consumers but that there is a very palatable market for internet on mobile phones [fr].

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