Given its rural location, I think that there are some signficant challenges in establishing a consistent and thorough 3g network in the area. The current internet facilities are "nondescript." Part of this lies in the overall difficulty in establishing a 3g network in the rural parts of the world. In mountainous and regions with a great deal of foliage, I think that internet 3g connectivity becomes a bit of challenge. Given the presence of tea fields as well as its border location near Bhutan and Nepal, I think that connectivity is going to be a challenge at this point of time. The privatized ISP's have yet to make a significant foray into territories such as Binnaguri. I would think that the use of wired ethernet with a slower speed than 3g might be the best option to explore in this setting over anything else in terms of trying to find some aspect of the internet present.
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