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Friday, July 27, 2018

Google launched free Wi-Fi in Lagos

Google extends its free fast speed Wi-Fi stations across 6 places in Lagos. They are Ikeja City Mall (ICM), Computer Village, MMA2 Domestic Airport, The Palms Mall and Landmark center. They are also planning on rolling out to four more cities across Nigeria by 2019 as part of its commitments to support Nigerian startups and help grow the country’s bourgeoning vibrant technology scene. Those cities include, Abuja, Kaduna, PortHarcourt, and Ibadan.

Sites where the Wi-Fi hotspots will be installed are markets, transport hubs, shopping malls, universities and  places with high population density.

The company also announced it was extending its Street Views into seven more cities while the rest of Lagos state will be covered. Google Street Views will now be available in where the service is available in Kano, Ibadan, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, Benin City, Abuja and Onitsha.

Google Nigeria Director, Juliet Chiazor described the development as a major link to give Nigerians and people in Africa better leverage the many opportunities on the internet.



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