Jamaica Govt initiates three major policies to increase Internet Access

Jamaican Government is building different strategies to develop the Country. The Government will be implementing three major technology enterprises which will aim to increase easy access to internet and gadgets to the Jamaican students.

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Jamaica Govt initiates three major policies to increase Internet Access
Jamaica Govt initiates three major policies to increase Internet Access

Jamaica: Jamaican Government is building different strategies to develop the Country. The Government will be implementing three major technology enterprises which will aim to increase easy access to internet and gadgets to the Jamaican students.

This information is declared by the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Member of Parliament for West Central St Andrew, and Jamaica Labour Party Leader on his official account.

On Tuesday, Minister of Science & energy and technology, Hon. Daryl Vaz stated that “Government will be making ventures to provide the Public Broadcasting Corporation of Jamaica (PBCJ) with the potential to broadcast digitally over the air managing digital transmission technology.”

“This decision is restricted in the fact that digital broadcast can reach over 85 per cent of households who own a Smart TV set. Smart TV sets already have the ability to receive the digital signal outwardly the attachment of outside gadgets,” he added.

People’s view:

The Facebook user wrote, “There are several small Internet operators throughout the island that are able to reach the rural communities better than flow or Digicel. You could partner with them to accomplish this goal.”

On the other hand, Joseph Edward commented, “One of the best performing ministers in Jamaica. I say that without fear of contradiction. One thing about DARYL VAZ, he gets the job done. I’d love to see him as the National Security Minister.” Prince Wellington wrote, “Technology initiatives should have seen the pensioners getting their payments. The Government is employed to work. Get it done.”

Shanti Johnson advised, “It’s better to go ahead and install internet and cable wires so persons can bring the internet into their homes without interruption so they can install cameras around their homes rather than having these portable bootleg WiFi install on their housetop where you don’t have services for days and drop services ripping off poor people.”

People have given their opinion in the form of words. Prime Minister Andrew Holness is doing their best for the development of Country.

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