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Cajutel aims to provide solar-powered internet in West Africa

Monday 4 September 2017 | 09:55 CET | News
Cajutel Sarl, a Swiss-owned telecom company, is building infrastructure to provide high-speed internet at affordable prices in West Africa. It is building infrastructure from scratch to provide a long-term solution. Cajutel has adopted the cryptocurrency market to raise the funds for its project. The entire Cajutel infrastructure will be solar-powered, making it more sustainable and economical over the long run.

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Countries: Guinea-Bissau
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