South Korea is going to offer free Wi-Fi on all public buses

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Free Wi-Fi services will be available on 4,200 public city buses nationwide.

n an effort to improve information accessibility and reduce telecommunication costs, the ministry will provide 100 gigabytes of data per bus every month for public use. Buses with Wi-Fi services will have a ministry-issued sticker attached for easy recognition.

Free WiFi zones will be set up on some 4,200 buses — one-eighth of all buses across the country — starting in September in the first phase of the project, according to the Ministry of Science and ICT.

President Moon Jae-in has announced that it will add more free Wifi zones in some 200,000 public spots across the country in line with its policy of reducing people’s spending on telecommunications.

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