The Facebook Wi-Fi Drone
By Bongekile Mswane
We use airtime everyday to contact our friends and loved ones. Whether you prefer to call someone or buy data to chat to multiple people at once, we all use it. But I don’t think that it’s fair that we should walk so far to a shop just to get airtime or paying an extra 50c or R1.00 for airtime that will be that R1.00 or 50c less. Like, since when did airtime have to become so expensive??
Facebook Wi-fi Drone
A drone is a remote-controlled pilotless aircraft. It is usually used in war to spy on the other army without risking any lives.
What is Wi-Fi? Wi-Fi is the name of a popular wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide wireless high-speed Internet and network connections. You see, Wi-Fi is usually hard to access because either it always has a password, And with the FaWi, that won't have to be the case.
The corporate can do tests to envision the possibility of hosting Wi-Fi hotspots within the sky in 2015. The social network’s Mark Zuckerberg has proclaimed it to be a part of the efforts of net.org to attach the complete population across the globe to the net. Apart from the flying Wi-Fi drones, there’ll be satellites and x-ray lasers too which can be designed to produce net to any or all.
How will it help?
-It helps people in remote areas to communicate better. -It's free for the people using it. -It's fast. -It will be used globally. -It increases job creation.
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