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Dubai Industrial Park to offer Wi-Fi in labour village

DUBAI, December 27, 2017

Dubai Industrial Park has revealed that it will implement Wi-Fi connectivity across all its labour accommodations at highly affordable rates, said a report.

This new initiative will benefit more than 14,000 residents across its labour village, offering them access to high-speed internet, reported state news agency Wam.

Saud Abu Al-Shawareb, chief operating officer of Dubai Industrial Park, said that there is no denying that the internet has brought a wave of positive changes to communities, from access to entertainment and education to enhancing the way we communicate.

He added that the new initiative, in alignment with the Smart Dubai vision to transform our city through technology and increased connectivity, aims to improve the quality of life for our residents.

He added, "We recognise that workers are important contributors and partners in the development of Dubai Industrial Park. Our labour villages are key in comprehensive offerings to our business partners, and we remain committed to continuously offering quality accommodation within world-class facilities."




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