Wireless in Gaza: The Young Entrepreneurs Beating The Blockades
December 6, 2014November 9th, 2020
Gaza and Uber aren’t the likeliest of combinations. The latter is a ride-sharing app, valued this week at $40bn (£25.6bn), that relies on its users owning smartphones. The former is a recovering war zone with no 3G network. Safe to say, Uber won’t be expanding in to Gaza any time soon…
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