PHOTOS: Junction gets free Wi-Fi
Frank Whitter (left), Member of Parliament for St Elizabeth South Eastern, and Carol Robertson, Senior Manager of Enterprise, Government and IT Solutions at Flow, are all smiles at the unveiling of the Junction free public Wi-Fi on May 6 in the St Elizabeth town square.

Flow in partnership with the Universal Service Fund (USF) launched a public Wi-Fi hotspot in Junction, St Elizabeth on Friday, May 6, 2022 providing residents and visitors to the town free access to the internet. The USF and Flow have partnered on similar initiatives throughout the island with the objective of empowering Jamaicans with online connectivity.

Here are a few pictorial highlights from the event:

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