Connecting the unconnected 2.6 Billion people without Internet access.

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) recently released the connectivity figures for 2023.

They estimate that 2.6 Billion people are still not connected to the Internet.

This figure of 2.6 Billion has come down since the previous year’s figure of 2.7 Billion, but is still too high.

Imagine a world without connectivity to the Internet.

Imagine the lack of opportunities.

Opportunities that we take for granted.

So what can we do?

What can we do to help connect the 2.6 Billion unconnected people?

First of all, let’s look at the challenges:

Remote Location

Displaced Refugees

Lack of personal finance

Lack of Financial Viability for Traditional Telecommunications Infrastructure


Published by Craig Miles

Craig Miles

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