Madagascan villagers get mobile access

A project in Madagascar is offering communications services in rural areas with technology that allows individuals to share mobile telephone handsets while maintaining private phone numbers and accounts. IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is carrying out the project in partnership with Movirtu and Airtel Madagascar, which allows individuals in the country to log into any handset to access their account for a small fee.


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