Cyber Cafes Prevail in Nagaland

In this community video, Meribeni Kikon from Kohima, Nagaland, shows how Nagas still frequent cyber cafes as most don't yet have Internet on their phones. She asks them how the Internet has impacted their lives.

"I used to download songs on my phone when I was in Bangalore but here it takes me 30 minutes to get one song," says one cyber cafe user.

The youth go to read news, find jobs and use Facebook. The latter, for many has become a way to catch up with friends they have lost touch with.

This video is a part of a series made in collaboration with Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore documenting access to Internet across India.

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