Before we got the Jangala Wi-Fi, people were entirely dependent on using it in a restaurant or café […] even if we run out of money for everything else, we’ll still be running phone charging and Wi-Fi
— Charlie, Founder, Mobile Refugee Support

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We arrived for distribution and a young man came rushing over to me. He told me his brother was getting married in Sudan that day but he did not own a phone to call him. Of course I immediately gave him my phone. The cost of such a long distance call could be scary but thankfully we had the Jangala WiFi. I connected and was able to let him call via WhatsApp all afternoon! My phone was (virtually) passed round his entire family and he brought it over so I could wave at many people in Sudan that day. How terrible if this special day had been missed. Thank you Jangala
— Volunteer, Calais