Google launches high speed network in Kampala

As a part of a project to provide cheap and affordable network in third world countries, Google launched high speed network in 120 critical points in Kampala, a city of a country that has about 8.5 million internet users which make 23% of the population. Google plans on providing the service to local companies which will then charge their customers as they find fit. Google estimates a cost of around $0.30 for a whole day of unlimited service.