Internet access to millions of African users
A small village called Kerege in Tanzania will play a mayor role when BlueTown over the next years will give internet access to millions of African users living in remote rural areas.
The technology behind the BLUETOWN Solution has been running perfectly for more than one year in 2 pilot cases in Tanzania and is now ready for the next steps as part of BLUETOWN’s global roll-out.
Read more in this article in the Danish business newspaper, BØRSEN:
BLUETOWN also operates in rural India supporting the “Digital India Mission” offering connectivity to the millions of people living in the “Last Mile” where traditional telecom companies don’t go. We are always happy to tell our stories from the rural areas of the world and to offer more information.