Net Effects Infographic

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 04:27

  1. Gayle Stapleton   |  Monday, 08 October 2012 at 9:16 am

    Thanks Tess, this information is fantastic and the way it is communicated will allow for broad audience understanding.
    The real benefits of the mobile phone will come in the areas of commerce and finance. In my view, this is where microfinance organisations, banks and approriately funded small business enterprises can assist. I will be forwarding this information to IFC as there are ongoing discussions and interest around financial inclusion and interoperability..I am sure they will find the information of value. Keep up the great work.

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PiPP is pleased to present its latest tool in understanding the state of mobile phone and internet use in Vanuatu. This infographic encapsulates the key findings from our 2011 study of social and economic effects of telecoms in Vanuatu. Please contact us for a printed copy or click here for the downloadable graphic.