My team is doing an application for Pu Ngaol villagers. We want to know if the most low-tech type of phones (e.g old Nokia) that the villagers own can connect to the Internet or install third-party apps.
We want to know this because we need to make sure our app can be used by all villagers.
Thanks for your patience. Based on the most recent trip back to Pu Ngaol village, the EWB staff observed that some villagers are still using Nokia 3G phones for phone calls and may own a smartphone as well. In her estimate, most villagers will likely have one smartphone per household, using the Metfone service provider.
I hope this helps.
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