International Internet bandwidth capacity in Nigeria and other parts of Africa has witnessed a compound yearly growth rate of 44 per cent in the last four years.
The growth rate, which was between 2018 and 2022, has been described as rapid, with Asia sitting next to Africa, rising at a 35 per cent compound yearly rate of 35 per cent within the same period.
Global telecommunications market research and consulting firm TeleGeography, which disclosed this in its latest Global Internet Geography research, which tracks the continued return to ‘normal’ from the pandemic-generated bump of 2020, noted that on a global scale – COVID bump aside-the pace of growth has been slowing.
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