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MTN Unveils eStreet Mobile Internet Cafes To Bridge Digital Divide

by Caroline Vutagwa
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What’s your take on the Mobile internet café? Well MTN will be implementing this sooner than you expect. The telecommunication company has launched a mobile internet café that will allow its customers to connect and experience the smart life.

They call them the MTN eStreet mobile internet cafés; with these cafes subscribers will have free interactive service that will educate them about smart devices as well as give them digital connection that will make their lives brighter and bridge the digital divide.

So what is this eStreet; it is a mobile internet solution and an all-African concept consisting of a solar powered, totally secure wireless internet zone, with charging and tablet access facilities, where consumers can learn how to integrate smart technology and digital platforms into their everyday lives.

As smart devices are becoming part of our everyday lives and digital communications are becoming the norm, it is essential that consumers feel comfortable using these devices and are made aware of all the benefits, applications and digital platforms available.

“Through the MTN eStreet mobile internet café we are giving consumers the opportunity to not only experience the bold new digital world, but learn how it will benefit their lives, bridging the digital divide and connecting communities for the good of the country.

“The MTN eStreet mobile internet café will travel around the country, especially to the often forgotten communities outside the urban centres. The café will ensure that new and existing subscribers get the most out of our world-class network, smart technologies and online solutions,” says Brian Gouldie, Chief Marketing Officer at MTN.

The MTN eStreet cafe provides consistent connectivity and all time access, promoting online information sharing and connecting with the world, like searching for job opportunities, posting their CV’s online, accessing applications that will better their lives.

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