Tunisia was ranked third in Africa in the mobile connectivity index compiled by GSMA, the global mobile operators Association. Mauritius came first.
South Africa (world’s 84th) is second in Africa while Morocco, Egypt, Algeria, Botswana, Namibia and Ghana came behind Tunisia, successively. Angola closes the African Top 10
The ranking features 41 African countries.
Internet accessibility, prices of mobile devices, relevant services and political environment are among the factors the Association considered to determine the rankings.
This criterion allowed scores to be awarded from 0 to 100 points.
Worldwide, Australia, Norway and New Zealand are at the top of the ranking with scores above 85/100.