Endaga's Cellular Network Tools Enables People to Build Businesses

By: Alyson Wyers - Jan 15, 2015
References: endaga & springwise
Having access to information is an increasingly important aspect of modern democracies, which is why Endaga is encouraging people in remote communities to use this cellular network tool. The CCN1 is a community cellular relay station that is intended to empower community members to provide mobile phone service to their area and start their own profitable business in the process.

Having a phone signal is important to these isolated rural communities where telecom companies are unlikely to serve. Endaga's locals-focused approach incorporates the cellular network tool, which can be attached to a tall pole or tree and will help a small town. While Endaga supervises the technical set-up, configuration, assigning phone numbers and managing radio frequency, a local person will then take over and build their own independent network.