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Free public Wi-Fi to be launched in Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi


It was around a year since free public Wi-Fi in Punjab was announced by the Chief Minster Punjab Shahbaz Sahrif, since then no official words regarding this free Wi-Fi project came on. Many of the people waiting for it might have forget this but the Punjab govt has not not forgot, they are still on it and will soon be launching this project.


Umair Saif announces free public Wi-Fi for Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi:


Chairman Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB), Umar Saif  via social media announced the project which is just on its final take. According to the updates, free Wi-Fi service will be launched in three cities across Punjab, the service is all set to launch in Lahore and further it will be befitting Multan and Rawalpindi.

The free Wi-Fi service will be providing 11 public places of Lahore, including 12 parks, 17 major market places and 20 college/universities. According to the media updates total PKR 15 cr is being spent for this service only for Lahore.


After setting this service in Lahore, further it will be initiated in Rawalpindi and Multan in several months.

Lahore (Multan and Pindi) to get free WiFi in the next few months. You are welcome:-)

Posted by Umar Saif on Sunday, April 3, 2016

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