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Infographic: Africa overtakes Asia Pacific in mobile connections (2012) | AFRiTORIAL

With 700,000 mobile connections in Q2 2012, Africa has overtaken Asia Pacific as the world’s fastest growing region in terms of cellular reach, resulting in new milestones in the global mobile industry.

Wireless.com’s infographic shows Growth has been driven by prepaid demand in West and North Africa, followed very closely by long term prospects and opportunities in the Eastern and middle regions.

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This entry was posted on June 12, 2012 by in Africa & Internationalization, INFOGRAPHIC.
Lutz Siemer

Lutz Siemer

Education, Research & Development in Social Work & IT After working as an alternative practitioner and psychotherapist in private practice for nearly ten years I stepped over to higher education in 2005. At Saxion University of Applied Sciences I lecture and do research and development in the area of Social Work, Psychology and IT. Currently I'm focussing on merging mobile technology and social work.

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