How to Solve the Problem of Smartphone Affordability in 2020

Billions of people can’t afford a phone. That’s a global problem

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A Look at the Data

One of the Web Foundation’s major goals is to get more people online. That aim is shared by the United Nations and countless governments. Internet access is one of the most important opportunities in today’s world. It opens the doors for education, employment, and access to lifesaving social services.

What Comes Next?

The problem of smartphone affordability is one of global proportions. That means a global solution will be needed to solve it.

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