Someone has finally taken note of our plight in this country of give and hardly take. Following the fact that the high rate of data package for alittle access to the internet. Now someone who has not nothing else to do has taken time to find out that we are amongst own of the countries paying the highest in data purchase.
The Alliance for Affordable Internet defines affordability as 1GB of mobile broadband data costing no more than 2% of average monthly income. But the average across the African continent is 7.12%, and in some cases 1GB costs more than a fifth of average earnings.⠀
This means that if you are stubborn and decide that you will only buy the smallest amount of data, then you will basically use it for little or nothing eventually before it runs out.