International Telecommunication Union: Mobile Subscriptions Outnumber Toilets Worldwide
According to this article:
More people in developing countries around the world have cell phone subscriptions than toilets, according to the International Telecommunication Union. The ITU said cell subscriptions totaled 4 billion in developing countries at the end of 2010, while 2.6 billion people lacked “access to toilets or other forms of improved sanitation.”
On one hand: mobile access to communication (phone, Internet, etc.) becoming a global right? Or: Other more basic quality-of-life factors should take precedent?