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The importance of cell phones for isolated communities and different applications of mobile technology have been the subjects of much debate.

A new paper suggests that an increase in competition policy in sub-Saharan Africa, to at least the same level as that of the best-performing countries in the region, could almost double overall cell phone coverage. However, the authors highlight that more targeted work would need to be done to eliminate the digital divided between rural and relatively dense areas.

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