When no person else would construct a cellphone community within the rural Mexican group of Talea de Castro, they determined to go it alone. Linked tells their story and makes for fascinating studying
14 October 2020
IN 2013, the world’s information media fell in love with Talea de Castro, a Mexican village (inhabitants round 2400) in a distant nook of northern Oaxaca. América Móvil, the telecommunications big that ostensibly served their space, had refused to supply them with a cell phone service, so the Taleans constructed their very own.
Think about it: an embattled, predominantly indigenous group besting and embarrassing Carlos Slim, América Móvil’s proprietor and the richest particular person on the earth on the time. The total story …