Abuja Google Station has finally launched Free Wi-Fi hotspots in public places like Wuse Market, Enab Plaza and Banex Plaza. Search now for Google Free Wi-Fi hotspots around Wuse Market, Enab Plaza and Banex Plaza and enjoy browsing within these vicinities.
The launch of Abuja Google Station was in line to boost connectivity in Africa which will include efforts to provide WiFi to Nigeria. By the end of 2019, Tech giant will roll out some 200 hotspots to places like transportation hubs, shopping malls and universities in five cities across the country. It’s part of a broader push to bring Nigeria online, which includes a few other updates.
In Abuja Nigeria the FCT, search juggernaut, Google has launched its Abuja Google Station, a platform which provides free, high-speed Wi-Fi hotspots in public places.
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According to report from NAN, the launching was supervised by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo in Wuse Market, the federal capital territory.
The WiFi is available free of charge and partners leverage Google Station’s business model, which enables venues, system integrators, businesses and ISPs with access to fiber to setup, maintain and monetise their Wi-Fi networks, as stated by the Company.
According to Google Nigeria’s Head of Partnerships for Next Billion Users, Saidu Abdullahi said. “Google Station is part of our vision to provide fast and affordable Wi-Fi to our next billion users. Now, users in Abuja will experience high-quality connections to Internet in airports, malls and universities. We want to expand to new high-traffic venues to help more people get online, and we’re looking for strategic and forward thinking partners to work with on this effort”.
Are you aware of low-power version of the Google app is now getting a new trick too. The Google app will read websites aloud, word by word, so you can follow along, picking up language cues along the way. Google says that it’ll be available for “billions” of sites, and in 28 languages over the coming weeks.