ZOL Silently Ends Free 30-Minute ZOLspot Access
For those fortunate enough to have meaningful connectivity, the internet provides a crucial link to information that helps us keep our families healthy and safe during this global health crisis. With social distancing measures the new norm across the globe, we are living our lives online. From online learning to working from home, live-streamed religious services even weddings and funerals the web connects us to loved ones in this time of physical isolation.
Half the world’s population lives without a reliable internet connection, which limits their access to education, financial services, political engagement, free expression, and more. In 2018, government authorities shut down access to social media like Facebook and Twitter, citing the spread of violence.
All the good things come to an end, and it looks like zol has stopped the free 30 minutes of internet access that were accessible through various ZOLspot locations planted all over the country.
ZOL initially started off by offering 60 minutes free internet access for years and later reduced it to 30 minutes before removing the option of free access and yet to give a public notice.
So to use Zolspot you have to buy a voucher to access the internet. If you have registered for Fibroniks on the Go you can use the data you have for your home broadband through ZOLspot.