Substitution between fixed and mobile data amidst high levels of poverty and inequality

Ryan Hawthrone and Lukasz Grzybowski, September, 2019

Mobile broadband is the main means of connecting to the internet in developing countries, where fixed-line coverage is typically limited or non-existent. As a result, governments in developing countries are seeking means by which mobile broadband penetration might be increased.

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Narrowing the ‘digital divide’: the role of complementarities between fixed and mobile data in South Africa