Wi-Fi-ready waiting sheds to be built in Manila
We’re not sure if this is really a wise idea.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer's Erika Sauler reports that waiting sheds equipped with free Wi-fi service are set to be built in Manila in the next few weeks.
The report explained that the city of Manila announced early in September that "a private company would shoulder the cost of the Internet connection and the building of waiting sheds at designated bus stops." Vice Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagoso said "both the waiting sheds and streetlights will be fitted with monitoring cameras, as well as LED signboards for advertisements." The wi-fi-ready sheds are expected to be installed in several loading and unloading zones in the city as early as two weeks from now.
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