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Free access to high-speed Wi-Fi coming soon at more public areas

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The Information and Communication Technology Authority (ICTA) will extend free access to high-speed internet via Wi-Fi at more public areas.

The ICTA has reportedly earmarked 234 additional terminals for both Mauritius and Rodrigues island.

However, media reports suggest that the invitation for tenders for the installation of the Wi-Fi booths has attracted only one bidder so far, Mauritius Telecom.

The project will cost around Rs 155 million. The Wi-Fi booths will allow more than 100 users to connect at the same time and will be of a minimum speed of 2 megabits-per-second.

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