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Is Kenya sabotaging its own broadband future?

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Last year Click reported on the new undersea internet cables which promised to connect east Africa to the rest of the world and make broadband access affordable for the first time.

On his return to the country, Dan Simmons finds speeds have improved but fierce competition is starting to turn ugly.

READ MORE: The BBC returns to Kenya to see how it has changed since the arrival of the cables

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