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Mozambique: Affordability Report Highlights 2018

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- Solutions or Strategies
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Alliance For Affordable Internet

With only a fifth of its population online, Mozambique continues to be less connected than its regional neighbours. The average internet penetration rate in the Southern African Development Community was 28.4%, and for Africa, it was 24.4% (ITU, 2017). This is driven in part by relatively expensive broadband prices and lower average incomes. New policies introduced within the last two years have the potential to improve the situation significantly. Recommendations: Implement the 2017 broadband strategy and enforce infrastructure sharing regulations, Develop a holistic and inclusive Universal Service Fund strategy, and Establish a coordinated policy approach to provide public access opportunities and increase affordable access through additional dedicated investment, effective spectrum management and subsidized or low cost devices.


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