Cell Phone Penetration Studies suggest that a 10 percent increase in per capita GDP is associated with a 21.5 percent increase in Internet users per capita. However, of the about 7.2 billion on the planet, a whopping 4.2 billion people, nearly 60% are not online. In developing countries only 31 percent of the people are online, and in the worldâ€™s 49 least-developed countries, it is less than 10 percent, according to the International Telecommunication Unionâ€™s 2013 report. Therefore, basic mobile phones can help circumvent this lack of broadband access and be used for m-learning, for example. As Nelson Mandela had said, â€śEducation is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world,â€ť Products like SHAFRI (Study Hall Africa) are now available to educate and network African school kids, using a cell phone. In this connection, 1-which of the following countries is not among the top four in cell phone penetration in Africa?, that is cell phones per 100 people. 1- Libya 2- Botswana 3- Gabon 4- Kenya. 2-Which of the following countries is not among the top four countries, globally in cell phone penetration? 1- Qatar 2- Hong Kong 3- UAE and 4- China ANSWERS 1-China is the country among those listed here not in the top ten in the world in cell phone penetration, ranking a distant number 141 in the world. 2-Kenya is the country listed here not among the top ten in Africa, ranked at number 20 in cell phone penetration in the continent.
Posted: May 12th, 2015 @ 07:32:09 AM