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Anbieter: Conrad Electronic
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Telekom Deutschland congstar Prepaid Basic S
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Prepaid Paket für Einsteiger. Volle Kostenkontrolle, da keine Vertragslaufzeit.>Highlights:- 100 Minuten in alle dt. Netze - 9 Cent/SMS in alle dt. Netze - 500 MB mit max. 21 Mbit/s- LTE 25 Option zubuchbar für 1€ / 4Wochen- 5,00 €/4 Wochen, inklusive 7,50 € Startguthaben> Mobilfunkeigenschaften- Netzbetreiberware: congstar> Grundeigenschaften- Farbe: Schwarz- Produkttyp: Prepaid Karte> Lieferumfang- congstar Prepaid Basic S

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Telekom Deutschland congstar Prepaid Allnet M
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Prepaid Paket für Allrounder.Volle Kostenkontrolle, da keine Vertragslaufzeit.>Highlights:- Allnet Flat in alle dt. Netze - 9 Cent/SMS in alle dt. Netze - 3 GB mit max. 21 Mbit/s- LTE 25 Option zubuchbar für 1€ / 4Wochen- 10,00 €/4 Wochen, inklusive 10 € Startguthaben> Mobilfunkeigenschaften- Netzbetreiberware: congstar> Grundeigenschaften- Farbe: Schwarz- Produkttyp: Prepaid Karte> Lieferumfang- congstar Prepaid Allnet M

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Telekom Deutschland congstar Prepaid Allnet L
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Prepaid Paket für Vielsurfer. Volle Kostenkontrolle, da keine Vertragslaufzeit.>Highlights:- Allnet Flat in alle dt. Netze - 9 Cent/SMS in alle dt. Netze - 5 GB mit max. 21 Mbit/s- LTE 25 Option zubuchbar für 1€ / 4Wochen- 15,00 €/4 Wochen, inklusive 15 € Startguthaben> Mobilfunkeigenschaften- Netzbetreiberware: congstar> Grundeigenschaften- Farbe: Schwarz- Produkttyp: Prepaid Karte> Lieferumfang- congstar Prepaid Allnet L

Anbieter: mcbuero
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Telekom Deutschland congstar Prepaid Wunschmix ...
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Dein Wunschmix: Mix Dir Minuten/SMS und Daten, so wie du es brauchst - alle 4 Wochen neu einstellbar direkt per App oder online. Inklusive 10 € Startguthaben LTE 25 Option zubuchbar für 1€ / 4Wochen Volle Kostenkontrolle, da keine Vertragslaufzeit.>Minuten:- 9 Cent pro Min/SMS in alle dt. Netze- 100 Inklusiv-Einheiten (Min. oder SMS) - 2 €/4 Wochen- Telefonie- und SMS-Flat in alle dt. Netze - 4 €/4 Wochen. Die Buchung der Option ist nur in Verbindung mit einer Surf Flat Option (ab 500 MB) möglich!>Daten: - Surf Tagesflat - 1 €/24 Stunden - Surf Flat Option 500 MB - 3 €/4 Wochen- Surf Flat Option 1 GB - 5 €/4 Wochen- Surf Flat Option 3 GB - 8 €/4 Wochen- Surf Flat Option 5 GB - 15€ / 4 Wochen> Mobilfunkeigenschaften- Netzbetreiberware: congstar> Grundeigenschaften- Farbe: Schwarz- Produkttyp: Prepaid Karte> Lieferumfang- congstar Prepaid Wunschmix 2019 inkl. 10€ SGH

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Electric Capitalism
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Although Africa is the most under-supplied region of the world for electricity, its economies are utterly dependent on it. There are enormous inequalities in electricity access, with industry receiving abundant supplies of cheap power while more than 80 per cent of the continent's population remain off the power grid. Africa is not unique in this respect, but levels of inequality are particularly pronounced here due to the inherent unevenness of 'electric capitalism' on the continent. This book provides an innovative theoretical framework for understanding electricity and capitalism in Africa, followed by a series of case studies that examine different aspects of electricity supply and consumption. The chapters focus primarily on South Africa due to its dominance in the electricity market, but there are important lessons to be learned for the continent as a whole, not least because of the aggressive expansion of South African capital into other parts of Africa to develop and control electricity. Africa is experiencing a renewed scramble for its electricity resources, conjuring up images of a recolonisation of the continent along the power grid. Written by leading academics and activists, Electric Capitalism offers a cutting-edge, yet accessible, overview of one of the most important developments in Africa today - with direct implications for health, gender equity, environmental sustainability and socio-economic justice. From nuclear power through prepaid electricity meters to the massive dam projects taking place in central Africa, an understanding of electricity reforms on the continent helps shape our insights into development debates in Africa in particular and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism more generally.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Electric Capitalism
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Although Africa is the most under-supplied region of the world for electricity, its economies are utterly dependent on it. There are enormous inequalities in electricity access, with industry receiving abundant supplies of cheap power while more than 80 per cent of the continent's population remain off the power grid. Africa is not unique in this respect, but levels of inequality are particularly pronounced here due to the inherent unevenness of 'electric capitalism' on the continent. This book provides an innovative theoretical framework for understanding electricity and capitalism in Africa, followed by a series of case studies that examine different aspects of electricity supply and consumption. The chapters focus primarily on South Africa due to its dominance in the electricity market, but there are important lessons to be learned for the continent as a whole, not least because of the aggressive expansion of South African capital into other parts of Africa to develop and control electricity. Africa is experiencing a renewed scramble for its electricity resources, conjuring up images of a recolonisation of the continent along the power grid. Written by leading academics and activists, Electric Capitalism offers a cutting-edge, yet accessible, overview of one of the most important developments in Africa today - with direct implications for health, gender equity, environmental sustainability and socio-economic justice. From nuclear power through prepaid electricity meters to the massive dam projects taking place in central Africa, an understanding of electricity reforms on the continent helps shape our insights into development debates in Africa in particular and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism more generally.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Electric Capitalism
38,99 € *
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Although Africa is the most under-supplied region of the world for electricity, its economies are utterly dependent on it. There are enormous inequalities in electricity access, with industry receiving abundant supplies of cheap power while more than 80 per cent of the continent's population remain off the power grid. Africa is not unique in this respect, but levels of inequality are particularly pronounced here due to the inherent unevenness of 'electric capitalism' on the continent. This book provides an innovative theoretical framework for understanding electricity and capitalism in Africa, followed by a series of case studies that examine different aspects of electricity supply and consumption. The chapters focus primarily on South Africa due to its dominance in the electricity market, but there are important lessons to be learned for the continent as a whole, not least because of the aggressive expansion of South African capital into other parts of Africa to develop and control electricity. Africa is experiencing a renewed scramble for its electricity resources, conjuring up images of a recolonisation of the continent along the power grid. Written by leading academics and activists, Electric Capitalism offers a cutting-edge, yet accessible, overview of one of the most important developments in Africa today - with direct implications for health, gender equity, environmental sustainability and socio-economic justice. From nuclear power through prepaid electricity meters to the massive dam projects taking place in central Africa, an understanding of electricity reforms on the continent helps shape our insights into development debates in Africa in particular and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism more generally.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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