15 May 2017

Free Wi-Fi in Lagos thanks to Lagos State Government and MainOne.

With the developments going on in Lagos State, thanks to Governor Ambode, the goal of making Lagos State a smart city would be achieved very soon. 

The latest being the launch of free public Wi-Fi project at parks and gardens in Lagos in partnership with MainOne. (Who doesn't love free wifi). Last week, one of the already completed public WiFi at the Ndubuisi Kanu Park in Alausa, Ikeja was unveiled. This initiative was kick-started at the popular Ndubisi Kanu Park, Alausa, Ikeja, and is part of activities organised by the State Government to commemorate Lagos State's 50th anniversary.

This isn't the first time we have been wooed with free wifi services. Recall that earlier in the year, Don Jazzy launched a free wifi service for Lagosians called FLOBYT, which I got to review its service.  You can read all about my review here.

 According to Governor Ambode, who was represented by the state Commissioner for Science and Technology, Mr. Olufemi Odubiyi, " As you relax and enjoy the recreation facilities in these parks, we are also making it possible for you to access your email, browse and search the internet on your tablets, smartphones and laptops, via a reliable public Wi-Fi,” he said.

If you have been able to use the service, share your experience in the comment box.  Hopefully, it won't be a 15min surfing experience like Flobyt. 😛😛😛