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He showed us how he had to climb up a big tree in the middle of the village to try and make calls. It was a phrase I heard throughout the day — "tower problem" — referring to the mobile towers that these villagers were sure would transform their lives.
It wasn't even about the internet, which many of them had never experienced.
We set up our camera to interview Sawal Singh, a man who said he was 35 but looked closer to 50.
That triggered a price war with other mobile providers slashing their rates dramatically.
"Every phone in India will be a 4G enabled phone, and every customer will have access to 4G connectivity," he said during a speech in October.
When I started researching this story, I knew I needed to visit a place with no internet access.
In two years covering India, I've cited the statistic of 900 million unconnected Indians more times than I can remember.