For years, companies like Facebook and Google have been touting plans to improve internet connectivity around the world, either through balloons, drones, or partnering with telecommunication companies. A country of particular interest has been India, with a variety of different efforts being made to improve access to the web. But as incumbent network providers battle among themselves and outside third-parties struggle to break in, the cost of the internet remains unreachable for many people. Wifi Dabba is a startup with a mission to bring low-cost internet access to India, starting in retail stores.
Mar 17, 2017 at 20:05