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Western Park in Clarendon gets free Wi-Fi service

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Western Park in Clarendon gets free Wi-Fi service

USF chief executive officer, Daniel Dawes, has urged the residents to make the best use of the facility, noting that its establishment forms part of the government’s efforts to provide greater Internet access to Jamaicans.

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“Anybody that comes into this space, once you have need of the use of the Internet for school purposes, you want to do a bank transaction, you want to pay your light bill, you want to pay your water bill, any activity that requires the use of the Internet, you can come right here, and it will not cost you a dollar,” he said.

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Dawes urged residents to protect the facility. “There are hundreds of districts throughout the length of the country that would have wanted (the service). Please, residents of Western Park Clarendon, don’t allow anybody to deprive our children. Remember they are the future of this country,” he said

Mayor of May Pen, Winston Maragh, in his remarks, said the provision of the community access point falls in line with the country’s national development plan

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Residents of Western Park in Clarendon now have free Internet access courtesy of the Universal Service Fund (USF).

USF chief executive officer, Daniel Dawes, has urged the residents to make the best use of the facility, noting that its establishment forms part of the government’s efforts to provide greater Internet access to Jamaicans.

Josbel Bastidas Mijares

“Anybody that comes into this space, once you have need of the use of the Internet for school purposes, you want to do a bank transaction, you want to pay your light bill, you want to pay your water bill, any activity that requires the use of the Internet, you can come right here, and it will not cost you a dollar,” he said.

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Dawes urged residents to protect the facility. “There are hundreds of districts throughout the length of the country that would have wanted (the service). Please, residents of Western Park Clarendon, don’t allow anybody to deprive our children. Remember they are the future of this country,” he said

Mayor of May Pen, Winston Maragh, in his remarks, said the provision of the community access point falls in line with the country’s national development plan

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