Dialling Change

Gregory, Romilly
October 2008
World Today;Oct2008, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p22
The article discusses the mobile Internet, examining the manner in which cheap mobile devices are giving people around the world affordable broadband access. Internet enabled mobiles, the article states, are allowing low and intermittent incomes the means to access the changing world. Also discussed is the manner in which mobiles reduce the vulnerability of communities.


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