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Category: South Asia

Beyond the basics: How smartphones will drive future opportunities for the mobile money industry

September 19, 2018 | Mobile Money | East Asia and Pacific | Europe and Central Asia | Global | Latin America & the Caribbean | Middle East and North Africa | South Asia | Sub-Saharan Africa | Global | Belinda Baah

  We’re pleased to release the first in a series of insight papers exploring trends in the 2017 State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money. In this deep-dive, we take a look at the ...
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Beyond the basics: How smartphones will drive future opportunities for the mobile money industry

September 19, 2018 | Mobile Money | East Asia and Pacific | Europe and Central Asia | Global | Latin America & the Caribbean | Middle East and North Africa | South Asia | Sub-Saharan Africa | Global | GSMA

Technology is changing the way we access a range of products and services, from viewing digital content to paying for goods and services via our mobile phones. The proliferation of mobile ...
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Meeting 40 tech entrepreneurs at The Hult Prize 2018

September 5, 2018 | Ecosystem Accelerator | South Asia | Sub-Saharan Africa | Josie Middleton

On Thursday 16 August 2018, the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator and Mobile For Development Utilities teams were invited outside London by the Hult Prize Accelerator Programme to lead a workshop ...
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State of Mobile Internet Connectivity 2018

September 3, 2018 | Connected Society | East Asia and Pacific | Europe and Central Asia | Global | Latin America & the Caribbean | Middle East and North Africa | South Asia | Sub-Saharan Africa | GSMA

At the end of 2017, 3.3 billion people were connected to the mobile internet, representing an increase of almost 300 million compared to the previous year. However, more than 4 billion ...
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Svadha – developing a digitally enabled sanitation ecosystem in Odisha, India

August 30, 2018 | Mobile for Development Utilities | Mobile Money | South Asia | India | Radhika Sarin

Every day in India, over 500 million people practice open defecation that could lead to adverse health implications such as diarrhoea, anaemia and stunted growth, especially amongst women ...
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