Published: 5 years ago
About 40 per cent of Kenyans would use mobile internet more frequently if it were cheaper, according to the 2016 Mobile Consumer Survey by Deloitte East Africa. The survey also shows that feature phones still dominate the Kenyan market at 61 per cent while South Africa registered the highest penetration of smartphones at 96 per cent. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss what this trend means for investment in the mobile data market is Erik van der Dussen, Technology, Media & Telecommunication Leader at Deloitte East Africa.
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