LAHORE – Punjab government has provided free public WiFi network in three big cities of the province.
Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) installed around 192 hotspots in three big cities of the province, including Lahore, Rawalpindi and Multan.
Sources said Internet coverage is being provided at an additional five hotspots throughout the two-kilometre length of Murree Mall Road.
“These hotspots would provide services to over 160,000 internet users for four hours a day. PITB is also considering introducing more stringent measures to curb the surfing of indecent content”, reported Tribune on Wednesday.
These hotspots have already been installed at the mentioned points. PTIB is currently testing the internet usage and ensuring smooth functioning of the operation after its formal launch.