Google’s Loon Project working on providing Internet access to areas with limited access . The company uses high-altitude balloons placed in the stratosphere at an altitude of about 18 km to create an aerial wireless network with up to 4G-LTE speeds.

Although that over the last three years, Loon successfully let wireless carriers in Peru and Puerto Rico use balloons for free to supplant cell phone towers downed by natural disasters, executives at five other wireless carriers courted by Loon across four continents told Reuters that Loon is not a fit currently, and may never be reliable, safe and profitable for carriers.

Loon says its balloons will reach Kenya in the coming weeks for its first commercial trial while the worlds is looking up watching.

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