In this photo taken, Monday, Sept.17, 2012. An unidentified man walk past a Google advert in Lagos, Nigeria. With all its cutting-edge technology, Google Inc. has turned back to the text message in its efforts to break into Nigeria’s booming economy. The search engine has started a service in Nigeria, as well as Ghana and Kenya, allowing mobile phone users to access emails through text messaging. That comes as the company’s office in Lagos has begun working with small business owners in this nation of more than 160 million people. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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In this photo taken, Monday, Sept.17, 2012. An unidentified man walk past a Google advert in Lagos, Nigeria. With all its cutting-edge technology, Google Inc. has turned back to the text message in its efforts to break into Nigeria’s booming economy. The search engine has started a service in Nigeria, as well as Ghana and Kenya, allowing mobile phone users to access emails through text messaging. That comes as the company’s office in Lagos has begun working with small business owners in this nation of more than 160 million people. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
In this photo taken, Monday, Sept.17, 2012. An unidentified man walk past a Google advert in Lagos, Nigeria. With all its cutting-edge technology, Google Inc. has turned back to the text message in its efforts to break into Nigeria’s booming economy. The search engine has started a service in Nigeria, as well as Ghana and Kenya, allowing mobile phone users to access emails through text messaging. That comes as the company’s office in Lagos has begun working with small business owners in this nation of more than 160 million people. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
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