Our policies and alliances bring broadband meaningfully to the “forgotten five billion.”
The most recent country to be the object of DDIâ€™s attention, Cambodia is our test case for showing how Meaningful Broadband could uplift those at the â€œbottom of the economic pyramid. With 11 operators rushing for a share of the market, price are so low that the poorest families now have cell phones. More.Find out more...
Achieving “Political Will” : The factor that most keeps citizens from receiving the benefits of the internet is not what you’d imagine – not lack of investment capital, not corruption, not weak infrastructure. That stuff is fixable or can be circumvented. A deeper problem is that most governments are led by officials who lack political will to implement their own roadmaps for bringing broadband to the masses. Read More
In Meaningful Broadband, demand drives supply, not the other way around.