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High internet speeds in Africa on the horizon

High internet speeds in Africa on the horizon

A subsea cable owned by Google that promises to double internet speeds for millions in Africa has arrived in Togo, the company said, the latest step in a multi-year project to provide cheaper access to users across the continent. The Equiano cable, the first of its kind to reach Africa, has wound its way from Portugal and will double internet speed for Togo's 8 million residents, Google said in a statement. That may be a taste of things to come for other countries set to benefit in a region where internet use is rising fast but where networks are often…
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