Clark airport has free Wi-Fi

/ 09:04 PM August 19, 2016

CLARK FREEPORT—Telecommunications firms Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) and Smart Communications Inc. launched on Friday their free Wi-Fi service at the Clark International Airport (CRK).

The two companies are initially investing P1 billion to free up Wi-Fi services in 23 transport hubs in the country, according to Eric Alberto, PLDT executive vice president and president and chief executive officer of e-PLDT.


Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade said the service speaks of a “synergical partnership” of the government and the private sector.


TOPICS: Clark International Airport, Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co., PLDT, Smart Communications Inc., wi-fi
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