TAJA12086-sup-0001-FigureS1.JPGimage/jpg2221KFigure S1. The Dominican border opens at 7am. Photo by Gawain Lynch.
TAJA12086-sup-0002-FigureS2.JPGimage/jpg1801KFigure S2. Mobile phones were an important item in our interviewee's portable kits. Photo by Erin Taylor.
TAJA12086-sup-0003-FigureS3.JPGimage/jpg3121KFigure S3. Guards supervise border crossings on a busy market day. Photo by Gawain Lynch.
TAJA12086-sup-0004-FigureS4.JPGimage/jpg1646KFigure S4. Solar panels and batteries are used to charge mobile phones. Photo by Gawain Lynch.
TAJA12086-sup-0005-FigureS5.JPGimage/jpg2245KFigure S5. Madame Sara waits to enter the Dominican Republic to set up their market stalls. Photo by Yoselyn Espinal.
TAJA12086-sup-0006-FigureS6.JPGimage/jpg2076KFigure S6. The footbridge spanning the Pedernales river dividing Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Photo by Gawain Lynch.
TAJA12086-sup-0007-FigureS7.JPGimage/jpg3125KFigure S7. The bi-national market in Pedernales. Photo by Gawain Lynch.
TAJA12086-sup-0008-FigureS8.JPGimage/jpg2295KFigure S8. One of our interviewees owned three mobile phones. Photo by Heather Horst.

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