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CNTI launches Free Internet Access Points in Angola

by Robin Okuthe
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In its efforts to raise the digital and social inclusion within the Angolan society, the National Information and Technology Centre (CNTI) has launched a project called “Angola Online.”

The project is expected to provide free internet access at public places, main squares and great public concentration places in Luanda.

José da Rocha, the Minister of Telecommunication and Information, and Luanda Governor Bento Francisco Bento commented that the project will provide Luanda residents internet access for faster information acquisition.

In the first phase the project will promise to offer free internet access within the Luanda city main points including Samba Park, Cazenga’s Historic Place, Viana Youth House, Independence Square, Schools Square, FAPA Square, São Domingos Church Square, Family Square, University Campus and High Telecommunication School, according to the Ministry of Telecommunication and Information.

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