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Multan to have 30 free Wi-Fi spots by 1st week of November


It was around a year and half since free public Wi-Fi in Punjab was announced by the Chief Minster Punjab Shahbaz Sahrif. In April 2016, PITB Chairman Umair Saif announced that free WiFi project is underway, and in upcoming several months not only Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi also to have this free service available across the cities.



The latest update in this regard tells that across Multan at 30 spots free wifi routers are set which will be set operational for the public by first week of November. It will be relevant to mention here that Multan Metro Bus project has also completed and it is under trial and it will also be officially inaugurated in the month of November.

The places like Ghanta Ghar, Damdama, Art Council, Kachehri and hospitals would have the free Wi-Fi service. According to the sources a single device can avail the internet service to more than 300 people at time.



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