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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Wifi With 10mbps Internet Speed For Free In Philippines Public Places Soon


A House panel  approved a bill aiming to provide free Wi-Fi in public areas throughout the country on first reading . The House Committee on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) approved House Bill (HB) 5225, the “Free Public Wi-Fi Act,” in substitution of House Bills 515, 616, 1954, 1957, 2846, 3055, and 3250.  "We hope to get approval [for HB 5225] ng 2nd reading next week…it is a priority bill. The president and the DICT (Department of Information and Communications Technology) have agreed to put up a backbone for this," said Tarlac 2nd District Rep. Victor Yap, chairman of the ICT committee, in an interview with ABS-CBN News. The bill aims to provide free wireless Internet connection in national government offices, public schools, state universities and colleges, public libraries, parks and plazas, barangay centers, public hospitals and rural health centers, and public transportation terminals. Wireless access points will be installed through partnerships with private Internet service providers or  through the DICT. FASTER INTERNET AND 100,000 WIFI SITES IN THE PHILIPPINES UNDER DUTERTE NET  The government aims to provide an internet service  with speed of 10mbps way faster that the internet service provided by the two existing telcos in the country. It is 2 years after the proposed DICT plan which was approved by President Rodrigo Duterte will finally become a law.  According to Rep. Victor Yap, speed is crucial for the  Internet bandwidth.   Unless the speed will be at least 10 Mbps you cannot put it in good use. He also highlighted the benefits of free public Wi-Fi such as economic development, tourism, and use in information dissemination during disaster relief operations.  DUTERTE'S NET, THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN The DICT also said that the Philippines is open for new telco players in the country. Sec Rodolfo Salalima said that an open competition in local telecommunications industry will help ensure better services and affordable pricing.  The DICT is preparing a Government Portal which allows the public to have easier access to government services. The National Broadband Portal will bring internet services to the "unserved and underserved" areas of the country making government transactions fast and easy with the use of modern internet technology. The two telecom giants said that they are up to the challenge of providing faster internet connection to the Filipinos.  Dict is also collaborating with other government agencies such as the DILG in mitigating inefficiencies in the local government level that eventually lead to poor internet services. Salalima also said that the government has  started quasi-judicial proceedings to recover all unused and unpaid frequencies. The Secretary believe that telecommunications service is a basic human right as stated in UN resolution in 2012 and the DICTs mandate is to make sure that telecommunications service is accessible to the public.  The ICT Office asked for a P3.2 billion budget for this year to fund the free Wi-Fi service, more than half of the current of P5 billion total budget allocated for the agency.  In the 2015 General Appropriations Act, the project had a total budget of P1.408 billion. Free Internet access and improved connection speed was one of President Rodrigo Duterte's promises in his inaugural SONA to the Filipino people.       RECOMMENDED  NATIONAL PORTAL AND NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN TO  SPEED UP INTERNET SERVICES IN THE PHILIPPINES  NATIONWIDE SMOKING BAN SIGNED BY PRESIDENT DUTERTE   EMIRATES ID CAN NOW BE USED AS HEALTH INSURANCE CARD  TODAY'S NEWS THAT WILL REVIVE YOUR TRUST TO THE PHIL GOVERNMENT  BEWARE OF SCAMMERS!  RELOCATING NAIA  THE HORROR AND TERROR OF BEING A HOUSEMAID IN SAUDI ARABIA  DUTERTE WARNING  NEW BAGGAGE RULES FOR DUBAI AIRPORT    HUGE FISH SIGHTINGS


A House panel  approved a bill aiming to provide free Wi-Fi in public areas throughout the country on first reading .
The House Committee on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) approved House Bill (HB) 5225, the “Free Public Wi-Fi Act,” in substitution of House Bills 515, 616, 1954, 1957, 2846, 3055, and 3250.
"We hope to get approval [for HB 5225] ng 2nd reading next week…it is a priority bill. The president and the DICT (Department of Information and Communications Technology) have agreed to put up a backbone for this," said Tarlac 2nd District Rep. Victor Yap, chairman of the ICT committee, in an interview with ABS-CBN News.
A House panel  approved a bill aiming to provide free Wi-Fi in public areas throughout the country on first reading . The House Committee on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) approved House Bill (HB) 5225, the “Free Public Wi-Fi Act,” in substitution of House Bills 515, 616, 1954, 1957, 2846, 3055, and 3250.  "We hope to get approval [for HB 5225] ng 2nd reading next week…it is a priority bill. The president and the DICT (Department of Information and Communications Technology) have agreed to put up a backbone for this," said Tarlac 2nd District Rep. Victor Yap, chairman of the ICT committee, in an interview with ABS-CBN News. The bill aims to provide free wireless Internet connection in national government offices, public schools, state universities and colleges, public libraries, parks and plazas, barangay centers, public hospitals and rural health centers, and public transportation terminals. Wireless access points will be installed through partnerships with private Internet service providers or  through the DICT. FASTER INTERNET AND 100,000 WIFI SITES IN THE PHILIPPINES UNDER DUTERTE NET  The government aims to provide an internet service  with speed of 10mbps way faster that the internet service provided by the two existing telcos in the country. It is 2 years after the proposed DICT plan which was approved by President Rodrigo Duterte will finally become a law.  According to Rep. Victor Yap, speed is crucial for the  Internet bandwidth.   Unless the speed will be at least 10 Mbps you cannot put it in good use. He also highlighted the benefits of free public Wi-Fi such as economic development, tourism, and use in information dissemination during disaster relief operations.  DUTERTE'S NET, THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN The DICT also said that the Philippines is open for new telco players in the country. Sec Rodolfo Salalima said that an open competition in local telecommunications industry will help ensure better services and affordable pricing.  The DICT is preparing a Government Portal which allows the public to have easier access to government services. The National Broadband Portal will bring internet services to the "unserved and underserved" areas of the country making government transactions fast and easy with the use of modern internet technology. The two telecom giants said that they are up to the challenge of providing faster internet connection to the Filipinos.  Dict is also collaborating with other government agencies such as the DILG in mitigating inefficiencies in the local government level that eventually lead to poor internet services. Salalima also said that the government has  started quasi-judicial proceedings to recover all unused and unpaid frequencies. The Secretary believe that telecommunications service is a basic human right as stated in UN resolution in 2012 and the DICTs mandate is to make sure that telecommunications service is accessible to the public.  The ICT Office asked for a P3.2 billion budget for this year to fund the free Wi-Fi service, more than half of the current of P5 billion total budget allocated for the agency.  In the 2015 General Appropriations Act, the project had a total budget of P1.408 billion. Free Internet access and improved connection speed was one of President Rodrigo Duterte's promises in his inaugural SONA to the Filipino people.       RECOMMENDED  NATIONAL PORTAL AND NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN TO  SPEED UP INTERNET SERVICES IN THE PHILIPPINES  NATIONWIDE SMOKING BAN SIGNED BY PRESIDENT DUTERTE   EMIRATES ID CAN NOW BE USED AS HEALTH INSURANCE CARD  TODAY'S NEWS THAT WILL REVIVE YOUR TRUST TO THE PHIL GOVERNMENT  BEWARE OF SCAMMERS!  RELOCATING NAIA  THE HORROR AND TERROR OF BEING A HOUSEMAID IN SAUDI ARABIA  DUTERTE WARNING  NEW BAGGAGE RULES FOR DUBAI AIRPORT    HUGE FISH SIGHTINGS
The bill aims to provide free wireless Internet connection in national government offices, public schools, state universities and colleges, public libraries, parks and plazas, barangay centers, public hospitals and rural health centers, and public transportation terminals.
Wireless access points will be installed through partnerships with private Internet service providers or 
 through the DICT.
FASTER INTERNET AND 100,000 WIFI SITES IN THE PHILIPPINES UNDER DUTERTE NET

The government aims to provide an internet service  with speed of 10mbps way faster that the internet service provided by the two existing telcos in the country. It is 2 years after the proposed DICT plan which was approved by President Rodrigo Duterte will finally become a law. 
According to Rep. Victor Yap, speed is crucial for the  Internet bandwidth.

 Unless the speed will be at least 10 Mbps you cannot put it in good use. He also highlighted the benefits of free public Wi-Fi such as economic development, tourism, and use in information dissemination during disaster relief operations.

 DUTERTE'S NET, THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN
The DICT also said that the Philippines is open for new telco players in the country. Sec Rodolfo Salalima said that an open competition in local telecommunications industry will help ensure better services and affordable pricing.

The DICT is preparing a Government Portal which allows the public to have easier access to government services. The National Broadband Portal will bring internet services to the "unserved and underserved" areas of the country making government transactions fast and easy with the use of modern internet technology.
The two telecom giants said that they are up to the challenge of providing faster internet connection to the Filipinos.
A House panel  approved a bill aiming to provide free Wi-Fi in public areas throughout the country on first reading . The House Committee on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) approved House Bill (HB) 5225, the “Free Public Wi-Fi Act,” in substitution of House Bills 515, 616, 1954, 1957, 2846, 3055, and 3250.  "We hope to get approval [for HB 5225] ng 2nd reading next week…it is a priority bill. The president and the DICT (Department of Information and Communications Technology) have agreed to put up a backbone for this," said Tarlac 2nd District Rep. Victor Yap, chairman of the ICT committee, in an interview with ABS-CBN News. The bill aims to provide free wireless Internet connection in national government offices, public schools, state universities and colleges, public libraries, parks and plazas, barangay centers, public hospitals and rural health centers, and public transportation terminals. Wireless access points will be installed through partnerships with private Internet service providers or  through the DICT. FASTER INTERNET AND 100,000 WIFI SITES IN THE PHILIPPINES UNDER DUTERTE NET  The government aims to provide an internet service  with speed of 10mbps way faster that the internet service provided by the two existing telcos in the country. It is 2 years after the proposed DICT plan which was approved by President Rodrigo Duterte will finally become a law.  According to Rep. Victor Yap, speed is crucial for the  Internet bandwidth.   Unless the speed will be at least 10 Mbps you cannot put it in good use. He also highlighted the benefits of free public Wi-Fi such as economic development, tourism, and use in information dissemination during disaster relief operations.  DUTERTE'S NET, THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN The DICT also said that the Philippines is open for new telco players in the country. Sec Rodolfo Salalima said that an open competition in local telecommunications industry will help ensure better services and affordable pricing.  The DICT is preparing a Government Portal which allows the public to have easier access to government services. The National Broadband Portal will bring internet services to the "unserved and underserved" areas of the country making government transactions fast and easy with the use of modern internet technology. The two telecom giants said that they are up to the challenge of providing faster internet connection to the Filipinos.  Dict is also collaborating with other government agencies such as the DILG in mitigating inefficiencies in the local government level that eventually lead to poor internet services. Salalima also said that the government has  started quasi-judicial proceedings to recover all unused and unpaid frequencies. The Secretary believe that telecommunications service is a basic human right as stated in UN resolution in 2012 and the DICTs mandate is to make sure that telecommunications service is accessible to the public.  The ICT Office asked for a P3.2 billion budget for this year to fund the free Wi-Fi service, more than half of the current of P5 billion total budget allocated for the agency.  In the 2015 General Appropriations Act, the project had a total budget of P1.408 billion. Free Internet access and improved connection speed was one of President Rodrigo Duterte's promises in his inaugural SONA to the Filipino people.       RECOMMENDED  NATIONAL PORTAL AND NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN TO  SPEED UP INTERNET SERVICES IN THE PHILIPPINES  NATIONWIDE SMOKING BAN SIGNED BY PRESIDENT DUTERTE   EMIRATES ID CAN NOW BE USED AS HEALTH INSURANCE CARD  TODAY'S NEWS THAT WILL REVIVE YOUR TRUST TO THE PHIL GOVERNMENT  BEWARE OF SCAMMERS!  RELOCATING NAIA  THE HORROR AND TERROR OF BEING A HOUSEMAID IN SAUDI ARABIA  DUTERTE WARNING  NEW BAGGAGE RULES FOR DUBAI AIRPORT    HUGE FISH SIGHTINGS
Dict is also collaborating with other government agencies such as the DILG in mitigating inefficiencies in the local government level that eventually lead to poor internet services. Salalima also said that the government has  started quasi-judicial proceedings to recover all unused and unpaid frequencies. The Secretary believe that telecommunications service is a basic human right as stated in UN resolution in 2012 and the DICTs mandate is to make sure that telecommunications service is accessible to the public.

The ICT Office asked for a P3.2 billion budget for this year to fund the free Wi-Fi service, more than half of the current of P5 billion total budget allocated for the agency. 

In the 2015 General Appropriations Act, the project had a total budget of P1.408 billion.

Free Internet access and improved connection speed was one of President Rodrigo Duterte's promises in his inaugural SONA to the Filipino people.









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