BBC: Web tool oversees Afghan election

This is a screenshot of the BBC article about FrontlineSMS being implemented during the Afghan elections Mr Conley hopes "hundreds of thousands of people" will use the system, which has been promoted by distributing "thousands of leaflets" and radio reports.... In addition, he said, each text message is relatively expensive, costing the equivalent of two minutes of talk time. "Even though that is the same amount of money it costs to buy bread for your family people have told me that some will be willing not to eat that evening [in order to be able] to tell the international community what is going on in the country."

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