A report released by the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) in June last year showed that less than 5 percent of people living in rural areas had access to the Internet even though the number of Internet users has risen to 10 million.
What does CCK stand for?
CCK stands for Communications Commission of Kenya
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- Christian Council of Korea (South Korea)
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- Color Clock
- Complementary Code Keying (RF modulation)
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- Contracting Command Korea
- Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc (Philadelphia, PA)
- Cyclo Club Kingersheim (French cycling club)
- Cholecystokinin-Pancreozymin (hormone)
- Causeway Coast Kayak Association (UK)
- Club de Canoë-Kayak d'Armentières (French: Armentieres Canoe-Kayak Club; Armentieres, France)
- Cholecystokinin A Receptor
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While internet and mobile penetration continue to increase rapidly in Kenyan cities, access to telecoms services in rural areas remains stubbornly low, according to a report from the country's telecom regulator, the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK).
Kenya takes pride in being among the most competitive of the emerging markets in Africa, with mobile phone penetration variously quoted at between 20% and 49% - the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) estimates Kenya's mobile penetration at around 34%.
As an incentive to bring the charges down, telecom sector regulator, the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) and the Ministry of Information and Communication have made commitments to lower spectrum fees and review the overall spectrum policy for industry players by the end of August.