As young Africans push to be online, data cost stands in the way – ETTelecom

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South Africans pay up to 85 rand ($5.29) per gigabyte (GB) of data, a cost equivalent to nearly four hours work for people earning the minimum wage.
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Many young employees in the IT sector were recruited from tier II cities. Almost 60% of them have gone back to their hometowns and this has opened up an opportunity to attract talent from across the country, he said.
Many young employees in the IT sector were recruited from tier II cities. Almost 60% of them have gone back to their hometowns and this has opened up an opportunity to attract talent from across the country, he said.
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