- Jul 22, 2003
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True, and you are correct to say 'in developed countries' and there are many countries (the whole of Africa, except perhaps Mauritius) where mobile has filled the massive vacuum in meeting pent up demand for broadband.It is because in developed countries mobile broadband is only supplementary service to the fixed line Internet. In SA I have no other option than mobile broadband. Not really a remote area - in Midrand. The same for many others. It push demand for mobile access and prices stay high.