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Google Plans To Provide 10 Million Nigerians With Free Wifi

Google Nigeria plans to reach more than 10 million Nigerians with free Internet access in five cities in Nigeria.

According to the company, the Wi-Fi will beavailable in 200 Google Stations across five cities in the country which includes Lagos, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, Ibadan and Abuja by 2019.

This was made known on Thursday at the second Google for Nigeria event in Lagos.The Google Nigeria Country Director, Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor, said the initiative would address affordability and access to data aswell as broadband penetration.

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Speaking at the unveiling of the Google Stations, She said the free Wi-Fi was rolled out in partnership with an Internet Service Provider with extensive fibre network, 21st Century, adding that the company was open to partnerships with other ISPs and telcos.

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“One of the challenges we found was access to data. Broadband penetration is low and are not reliable and there are challenges with affordability just allow many Nigerians benefit from the digital economy. We are very excited to be able to launch in collaboration with partners.We are starting in Lagos with four sites and commitment is to expand to 200 sitesacross five cities in Nigeria by 2019. There are opportunities that are available once people get online and are able to consumeinformation.”

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