"There isn't a connection to here"
"Maria" lives in Chiapas, one of the poorest Mexican states and near the Guatemalan border. Her town has fewer than 2500 residents. She's 28 and graduated from college. She lives with her husband (56) and her son (5) and daughter (0). Both Maria and her husband have used a cellphone in the last three months, but only she has used the internet.
"Juan" is 50. He lives with his wife (49), son (25), daughter-in-law (25), and their daughter (0). Both he and his wife finished high school, while his son and daughter-in-law graduated from college. They live in La Paz, Baja California Sur -- a city of 215,178 where the daily average wage is about 27 USD. Juan and his family all have used the internet, a computer (except his wife), and a cellphone in the last three months. Juan has internet in his house.
Both Juan and Maria have elecricity in their homes. Both live in houses with just their families. Both have analog tv, cell phones, and radios. Juan has a computer. Maria does not. Juan has access to internet. Maria does not. Juan is living the Mexican dream. Maria cannot.