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Vast Networks to give Wi-Fi for 1.5 mln residents

Thursday 27 April 2017 | 16:13 CET | News
South African Wi-Fi provider Vast Networks is set to give 1.5 million Gauteng township residents an affordable alternative to access the Internet. Currently present in over 2,000 high-density locations in transport hubs, malls, office parks and townships across South Africa, the firm is focused on providing more South Africans with an option for affordable internet access. With affordability being a key inhibitor to internet adoption, specific emphasis was placed on underprivileged communities and how Wi-Fi access could boost entrepreneurial activities, support access to education, enhance

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vast Networks
Countries: South Africa
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