Mr Bayer points out that to make up for lost ground, Afghanistan was using high-end technology which is still a premium service in the West.:: posted by Donald Melanson, 9:58 PM |
Afghans access the net through a wireless broadband system which actually means high-capacity lines and faster connections.
"Quite a few Afghan children are starting to use the mobile wireless environment and we are looking at that as a very rapidly growing business environment," says Mr Bayer.
"It's a bit similar to Japan where they use PDAs, different kinds of phones and computers to access the internet through Bluetooth [a technology that uses radio to communicate rather than cables]."
Friday, June 13, 2003