LINGAYEN, Pangasinan, Dec.22 (PIA) – The Pangasinan provincial capitol is now a WI-Fi zone.
Gov. Amado T. Espino Jr. said the recent installation of Wi-Fi is a welcome development because it will serve the needs of students as well as visitors, both local and foreign. Free internet access is available anytime of the day.
The provincial government has installed two Internet routers at the front and back of the capitol enabling users to access the Internet at the Capitol Plaza or at the beachfront.
The routers have a range of 350 meters and a band width of 1 mbps each.
Internet users especially students have been observed to be frequenting the Capitol Plaza and the beachfront to avail of the free Internet service.
Mary Rose Rosas, a 15-year old 4th year student of the Pangasinan National High School, said the facility has been a great help to students like her because “as a student, I don’t need to go to computer shops anymore and spend for my assignments and research works.”
Ronnielyn Amorsolo, also a 4th year high school student of the Saint Columban’s Institute, agreed adding that she also enjoyed the environment because of the beauty and grandeur of the Capitol. (PIO/PIA Pangasinan/dos)
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