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South Africa taxis attract 4,500 users daily for Wi-Fi

Thursday 10 July 2014 | 11:00 CET | News
About 4,500 daily commuters are using the free Wi-Fi service offered in 60 mini-bus taxis in Gauteng, South Africa, according to Wi-Taxi South Africa CEO Brian Mdluli. Wi-Taxi is the technology partner for the South African National Taxi Council (Santaco), which launched the service on 12 June. Mdluli told Talk Radio 702 that there are currently more than 60 vehicles on the road with Wi-Fi capability in Joburg. He said that on average, 75 commuters use the service on a daily basis, per vehicle. He said that each taxi was using 200-400 MB of data per taxi per day. Mdluli pointed out that

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telkom
Countries: South Africa
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