New Africa Online hotspots for Windhoek
NAMIBIA| July 16, 2012, 12:43 p.m.
Africa Online is rolling out four new WiFi hotspots in Windhoek, with more to come.
The WiFi hotspots, already in use in hotels across the country, are now being rolled out for use by the public.
New hotspots have been installed at Eros Park Shopping Centre, Baines Centre, the Old Power Station Centre, and the Show Grounds.
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