Many nations, particularly in North America and Europe, put a huge amount of resources in the 20th century into connecting nearly all of their citizens to the wonderous telecommunications possibilities of the new phone network. But many poorer regions of the world, often colonized by nations in the first group, could not. Today, that legacy is clear, as fewer that 1% of homes in Nigeria, Ghana, and Bangladesh have landline connections. That doesn’t mean their people are cut off though: in all of those nations more than 85% of citizens have cell phone access.
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