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AFRICA TELECOMS
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December 01, 2005 
A woman stands beside an old shipping container that serves as a phone shop amongst the shacks of Khayelitsha... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
A woman stands beside an old shipping container that serves as a phone shop amongst the shacks of Khayelitsha... 
A woman stands beside an old shipping container that serves as a phone shop amongst the shacks of Khayelitsha township near Cape Town, South Africa December 1, 2005. African cell phone operators are at the vanguard of an industry drive to connect billions of poor people in emerging markets, but they must cut tariffs, tailor services and push governments to slash tax to succeed. Industry executives and commentators told a mobile telephony conference this week African operators stood to double their collective customer base to some 250 million by the end of 2010 -- a quarter of Africa's population -- if they played smart. Picture taken December 1, 2005. To go with story Africa-Telecoms. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
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