Internet in Guinea
Guinea has established an international hub with the help of USAID's Leland Initiative Project. Two ISPs have been created: BINTTA/MiriNet and ETI-BULL. Telecommunications problems have inhibited rapid Internet growth but the system is expected to undergo rapid modernization and expansion. Local calls cost approximately 100 Guinean Francs a minute which is roughly 6 USD per hour. Although it has gotten off to a slow start, Guinea is expected to quickly expand its Internet capabilitis.
Guinea Internet Access Provider Lists
WashingtonPost.com: International: Guinea
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