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Free WiFi for Polokwane

Staff Reporter

Limpopo Government has launched a free WiFi as part of the implementation of the broadband telecommunication network infrastructure.

Provincial Government spokesperson Phuti Seloba said the Free WiFi service will provide a unique opportunity for the people of Limpopo Province to become active participants in the knowledge economy.

He said the implementation of the ICT projects demonstrates the commitment made by the Premier during the 2018/19 State of the Province Address on 23rd February 2018.

“Government provides free WiFi  at the Library Gardens and Polokwane Municipality Offices. This free ‘WiFi services is plug and play. In other words there is no password needed to connect to the services within the two areas mentioned above. This service will provide users with 250MB of data daily,” said Seloba.

He said the free WiFi was located at the Library Garden close to the Limpopo Department of Home Affairs, the province’s Financial Hub and the Provincial Government Communication Information Services offices (GCIS).

The  WiFi will provide students, unemployed graduates, SMMEs, and all citizens with access to global data and information to advance their academic assignments and research, employment searches, and market researches for business development.

Seloba said this is the one milestone of taking Limpopo Province forward towards accessibility, affordability quality and availability of broadband network services.

Over 90% of the libraries in Limpopo Province are well equipped with ICT infrastructure to enhance reading and learning experience.

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