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Providing Wireless In the World's Most Dangerous and Remote Places 40

grcumb writes "The Economist magazine is running a brief profile of Digicel, a 'minnow' in the wireless telecoms market that has distinguished itself by setting up shop in some of the most unlikely (and dangerous) markets in the world, including Haiti and Papua New Guinea, whose capital, Port Moresby, has one of the highest murder rates in the world."
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Providing Wireless In the World's Most Dangerous and Remote Places

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