There are 24 computers for ever 100 people in Namibia, 20 in Seychelles, and 17 in Mauritius. In at least twenty-two African countries, however, the figure is less than 1 for every 100 people.
Over 10 million people were using the internet in Nigeria in 2007, followed by 8.6 million in Egypt, and 7.3 million in Morocco.
You’ll find plenty of bandwidth in Morocco, Tunisia and Mauritius, where speeds are more than 1.5MB/s per 10,000 of the population. But you’ll struggle in Nigeria, Chad and Burundi.
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