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Microsoft is using TV white spaces to bring affordable internet access in Kenya through local partners

To improve technology access in Kenya, Microsoft worked with the Kenyan Ministry of Information and Communications and Kenyan Internet Service Provider, Indigo Telecom Ltd., to deliver low-cost, high-speed wireless broadband and create new opportunities for commerce, education, healthcare, and delivery of government services across Kenya. The deployment is called ‘Mawingu’, which is Kiswahili for cloud.
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