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4 billion people still don’t have internet access. Here’s how to connect them

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Emma Luxton

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 Twenty countries are home to three-quarters of the 4.3 billion internet non-users worldwide
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 Mobile-broadband prices, developed and developing countries and LDCs, 2013-2014
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