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2002 - 2009: There is only one submarine cable, the SAT-3, going up the western coast of Africa from South Africa to Europe. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)
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2002 - 2009: There is only one submarine cable, the SAT-3, going up the western coast of Africa from South Africa to Europe. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)

2002 - 2009: There is only one submarine cable, the SAT-3, going up the western coast of Africa from South Africa to Europe. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)
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2002 - 2009: There is only one submarine cable, the SAT-3, going up the western coast of Africa from South Africa to Europe. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)

2010: Two new cables come online, the Main One and the GLO-1, though they only connect to Nigeria and Ghana. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)
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2010: Two new cables come online, the Main One and the GLO-1, though they only connect to Nigeria and Ghana. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)

2012: Two new submarine fiber optic cables, the WACS and the ACE, are now set to land in every coastal West African nation except Guinea Bissau. These cables are expected to come online in mid-2012. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)
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2012: Two new submarine fiber optic cables, the WACS and the ACE, are now set to land in every coastal West African nation except Guinea Bissau. These cables are expected to come online in mid-2012. (Graphics courtesy of Telegeography)

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