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Endaga joins Facebook

Tuesday 6 October 2015 | 11:51 CET | News
Endaga, a company that provides internet connectivity to rural areas via mobile network boxes, has announced its team is joining Facebook. Endaga founders says they set up their company in 2012 to bring community cellular networks to everyone who still lacked access to network connectivity worldwide. Endaga believes "Facebook's mission to connect the world aligns perfectly with this vision". "We're excited to continue finding ways to connect people as we work with the amazing team at Facebook", Endaga said. As part of this, members of the Endaga team will be joining Facebook. Endaga will

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