PDP said it expected Governor Sanwo-Olu to announce some largesse, including free education as well as slashing of school fees by 60per cent especially in tertiary institutions, even as it noted that till now his campaign promise to give free internet service
to the people had yet to be met.
Under the law, owners, operators or administrators of transport establishments shall also fully ensure the speedy and efficient implementation of the free internet service
Computer hardware and other IT related devices were installed in most of these educational institutes and free internet service
would commence soon as the project would be completed in two years.
According to a paper titled "The Attention Economy: Measuring the Value of Free Digital Services on the Internet" by Erik Brynjolfsson and Joo Hee Oh in 2012, free Internet service
pushed up the annual average growth rate of US GDP by 0.74% from 2007 to 2011.
Baghdad / NINA / -The Ministry of Communications discussed with the Iranian side the joint cooperation and providing facilities to Arbaeen Visit with the free internet service
Up to 200-700 people could enjoy the free internet service
at a time at the Pashupati area, 250-500 could use the service at Bauddha area, 50-200 at Sankhapark, 200-700 at Balajupark, 200-300 at Swoyambhu and 200-300 at Basantapur area.
These coaches also offer free internet service
, USB ports for charging mobile phones, footrest, and cup holder to provide added convenience to riders.
These coaches will also offer free internet service
, USB portals for charging mobile phones, footrest, and cup holder to provide added convenience to riders.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 "Appropriate signage shall be placed in conspicuous areas of sites with access to the free internet service
provided by the program," it added.
Just days after telecom regulators in India (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/tech-news/put-fbs-free-basics-service-on-hold-trai-tells-reliance-communications/articleshow/50290490.cms?from=mdr) temporarily banned Facebook's Free Basics program, Egypt on Wednesday became the second country to clamp down on the social media giant's controversial free internet service
. The move comes amid growing debate over whether the service, which critics say would create a "walled garden" prioritizing some websites over others, violates the principles of net neutrality.
AT&T and Sprint are contributing free Internet service
through their wireless networks.