Rohri, a city in Sindh, is now offering free Wi-Fi service, thanks to the efforts of the District Council Sukkur. This move is aimed at improving connectivity for the local residents, especially students who need online access for their education. This initiative was also tried in Karachi, but unfortunately, it was stopped without prior notice.
The Chairman of District Council Sukkur, Syed Kumail Haider Shah, officially started the free Wi-Fi project. He mentioned that this internet service can greatly help students in Sindh by giving them access to educational resources. The newly introduced Wi-Fi service is fast, with a speed of up to 3 Mbps, allowing many users to connect at the same time.
Chairman Shah said he’s happy to fulfill the promises made to the city’s people. If the initial Wi-Fi project works well, he plans to expand it to cover more areas in both Sukkur and Rohri.
To use the new free Wi-Fi service, just follow these steps:
- Choose the WiFi network named “PPPBilawalB-RohriExpress.”
- For the password, enter “Nasirshah1”.
After doing this, you’ll be able to access the internet smoothly and take advantage of this new service.