Angeles City to provide free WiFi to 56 public schools

ANGELES CITY — Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, Jr. said on April 25, 2024, that internet access will be available for free to 56 public schools with the installation of dedicated fiber optics. 

This was confirmed by IC Calaguas, the long-time Lazatin family political officer and now Chief Adviser and Tactician of Lazatin Jr.

In a meeting today, Calaguas said 56 public schools, all government offices, the 33 barangays, and the 6 Rural Health Units will be provided dedicated fiber optics.

“The installation of the fiber optic cable will now be in full swing with the supervision of  our Information Communication and Technology Division Chief Michael Lising,” Calaguas added.

According to Lising, the roll-out for the implementation will start in the 56 public schools. 

The said wifi access will also be used in the public schools’ libraries and laboratories.

“Ang kagandahan po nito, mas mabilis, walang interruption, at free lang po,” Lising shared.  

To recall, Mayor Lazatin also provided free internet access during the pandemic, where 772 satellites were installed.