Final report released on how base of the pyramid (BoP) Kenyans use mobile phones

From *iHub_ Mon Jan 7 2013, 15:06:09

iHub Research, Research Solutions Africa, and infoDev have released the final report looking at how Kenyans living on less than $2.50 a day are using mobile phones. The Kenya case study is part of a large, multi-country research commissioned by infoDev about the use of mobile phones at the Base of the Pyramid (BoP), the poorest people around the [...]

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