Free WiFi for first time in African airport terminal

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  1. sobore
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    Lagos’s Murtala Muhammad Airport Two (MMA2) has introduced a free WiFi service for the first time to passengers passing through its terminal. According to a statement from the airport’s operator, Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), it is the first airport terminal in Africa to offer its passengers a free WiFi Hotspot. BASL teamed up with iWayafrica and MultiChoice Nigeria networks to introduce free online services to passengers departing from the airport from late December last year.

    The in-terminal facility is said to be the first of its kind on the continent, and enables travellers to access the internet from their mobile phones and computers while waiting to board their flight.

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    Addis Ababa airport has offered free wifi for as long as I can remember. Lagos is definitely not the first in Africa to offer this.

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