At 19:22 +0100 26/6/97, DPPCEWD wrote:
>Dear Sean Kline and others,
>Guess what the Ethiopian interent connectivity cost around 700,000US.
>Sprint was the company involved. Looking at what they have done, we
>could set up the existing system probably at 1/7 of the cost. That is
>one reason why I say we should keep on exchanging ideas.
>Why did it cost that much then? Who should we blame?
>Probably they are trying the same thing in Malawi. Is the big company
I understand that Global One (Sprint :-)-O) was awarded the
government network contract for Namibia too ...
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