View of a highway with traffic in Kinshasa, DRC

The Decade That Changed The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Internet

A little over ten years ago, using the Internet in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) wasn’t easy. There was a lot less infrastructure, and even where it was present, the fees of intercontinental data traffic meant it was way more expensive than most people could afford. Only a fraction of its population was able to get online. Even for those who could, the experience was not optimal. With

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