Wireless technology has positively impacted individuals and business around the world. As part of our March blog theme focused on wireless and international use, Trilogy International Partners Chairman of the Board John Stanton explains how wireless networks are inherently democratic because mobile devices empower individuals. Stanton was one of our keynote speakers at International CTIA WIRELESS® 2011, where he noted that even though some governments around the world may attempt to restrict access to information from their citizens, wireless networks have the ability to overcome many restrictions to connect individuals and empower democracy.
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