According to credible sources, the Internet can be accessed on over 85% of the Earth's surface. Internet access is mostly wireless and very cheap. There are special projects for the poorest parts of the Earth, which provide access to the global network for free. However, it includes only a set of basic applications for smartphones.
Zuckerberg’s Aquila project also makes for the spread of the Internet. This is a unique park of drones. The signal emitted by a drone is received by antennas of small towers, which transform it into a Wi-Fi signal for 4G-networks. Due to this, everyone within a 70 kilometer radius, can access the Internet. The wingspan of Aquila is wider than that of Boeing 737, it weighs a hundred times less, and its power consumption can be compared to two or three hair dryers.
Now a person who broadcasts online from the Amazon rainforest, or instantly posts photos directly from Tibetan mountain ranges comes as no surprise.