Togo: Government starts installing public WiFi hotspots all over the country

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Monday, 09 April 2018 18:06
Togo: Government starts installing public WiFi hotspots all over the country

(Togo First) - To better connect populations and increase internet’s penetration rate, Togo’s government has opened up various public WiFi hotspots all over the nation.

The capital city, Lomé, is the first recipient of the project with public spaces, institutions and major monuments, according to OpenStreetMap mapping system which is available on the website of the digital technology’s ministry.

Carrefour Deckon, a famous area of Lomé, the directorate of the Lomé autonomous port, the university of Lomé, the Place de l’Indépendance, Sarakawa, Ibis, 2 février (formally Radisson Blu) hotels as well as some bars and restaurants are some of the places where users will be able to enjoy the Wi-Fi , for CFA200 per hour and CFA800 for five.

After Lomé, the ministry in charge will extend the project to the inner part of the country, installing the hotspots within a 5km radius from inhabited areas.

Thus, in the next months, the following towns will benefit from the project: Aného, Tsévié, Kpalimé, Atakpamé, Sokodé, Kara and Dapaong, according to Togo Matin.

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