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If broadband penetration is to increase in Africa, operators, regulators and policy makers will need to co-operate in order to ensure an environment conducive for investment.
Despite increased international connectivity, broadband penetration in Africa is the lowest in the world. National backbone, metro and access networks all play a role in determining how capacity is delivered and each domain represents a different portion of the cost of providing service.
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