The internet market in Africa is worth billions of dollars. It comes as no surprise that digital behemoths like Google and Facebook are working hard to enhance internet access for millions of Africans. Google’s Project Loon and Facebook’s Free Basics are just two of many audacious efforts to link Africa.

However, some astute African entrepreneurs are already making significant inroads into the internet access industry. One example is ‘BRCK,’ a Kenyan business that has developed a rugged internet modem device intended for tough settings with limited internet access and power.

The modem can switch between Ethernet, WiFi, 3G, and 4G networks and has an eight-hour battery life.

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