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GoWiFi powers PWU and PNU

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The Philippine Normal University (PNU) and Philippine Women’s University (PWU) signed a partnership with GoWiFi, the country’s largest WiFi service, to provide their students quality access to the internet.

Students are among the heaviest Internet users in the Philippines, particularly for study and research purposes, and of course for surfing the web, hanging out with friends via social media, streaming their favorite shows or movies or trying the latest apps.

The modern learning experience also entail faculty and staff to go online to learn and adapt the latest teaching methods, classroom interaction techniques, instruction tools, and learning modules.

GoWiFi, the country’s largest WiFi service will be available within the campuses of the two universities in Manila within the year. By having GoWiFi available inside these educational institutions, students and teachers alike are assured of free, high-quality data connectivity that they can access any time of the day, whether for studying, research or even for leisure purposes, or interaction with co-students and faculty peers.

"We are very excited to be partnering with PNU and PWU - two of the biggest universities in Manila in our continuous expansion plans," says Janis Racpan, Director of Business Development and Marketing at GoWiFi. We will be firing up more sites until end of the year, to better address the rising demand of public WiFi connectivity and data access of the younger and mobile market."

GoWiFi is the country’s largest WiFi service where users can expect connection speeds as fast as 100Mbps depending on the location to users regardless of network provider.

Just connect to the SSID @FreeGoWiFi or @_FreeGoWiFi, register, wait for an SMS verification, select a wifi offer, then confirm and start surfing.

As a bonus, Globe Prepaid & TM customers can enjoy 1GB of free GoWiFi for every registration of GoSAKTO, GoSURF & EasySURF worth P50 and above that they can use in any GoWiFi hotspot. Globe Prepaid GoSAKTO90 users can enjoy 1GB free GoWiFi access on top of 2GB mobile data, 2GB for GoWATCH&PLAY, 1 GCash voucher and unlimited allnet texts valid for 7 days for only P90.

On the other hand, TM EasySURF50 users automatically get 1GB free GoWiFi access, 1GB mobile data, 2GB for EasyWATCH&PLAY, 300MB for an app of their choice and unlimited allnet text all valid for 3 days.

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