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Vox champions rural Internet connectivity

Even though the fourth Industrial Revolution has been a focal point in recent months, less than 2% of South African rural households can access the Internet from home. Clearly there is work to be done if more people are going to be part of the connected economy.

This is a challenge that integrated ICT and infrastructure provider Vox has taken to heart. While initially targeting coffee shops, restaurants and other small service businesses when it was introduced earlier this year, the Vox WiFi Retail…

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