Aspects of Mobile Phone Usage forSocioeconomic Development in Papua New Guinea
Little data is available on mobile phone usage in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Up to 2007, under the government-owned Telikom monopoly, communities within Papua New Guinea were inaccessible due to limitations in communications connectivity (Mitchel 2008). Telikom supplied fixed phon services while its fully owned subsidiary company, B-mobile, provided mobile services. Telikom served only 64,000 fixed phone subscribers while B-mobile garnered a low 60,000 mobile phone users against the total...[Show more]
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